TeachingPartners Live Workshops and Collaboratives make it possible for you to learn from the experts you trust most: other teachers. Register early to save your space in any of our free, credit-bearing professional learning sessions by checking out the roster of upcoming TeachingPartners Live events.
Can’t make a live Workshop or Collaborative? No problem; you can always review past TeachingPartners Live sessions–whenever and wherever you like, and as often as you like.
Your Personal Profile is your public presence and “face” in the TeachingPartners community.
You can follow any of twelve Topics of Interest across the TeachingPartners community. Every time a TeachingPartners member shares news, an opinion, or an idea within a Topic of Interest you’re following, you’ll see it immediately in your personal, customized News Feed. You’ll also up-to-the-minute updates from TeachingPartners, including invitations to workshops and collaboratives, virtual working groups, live presentations, and more!
You can also follow individuals and organizations that are part of the TeachingPartners community. Public posts and activities of every person or organization you follow are updated automatically within your customized News Feed.
Your News Feed is your custom “home page” that displays all the latest news from everyone and everything you are following in the TeachingPartners community. It is also where you can share info and post your own comments that will appear in the news feeds of anyone who is following you.
Join an existing TeachingPartners Group and get together with like-minded teachers who share your interests — no matter where they are across the country.
Want to lead a TeachingPartners Group of your own? It takes just minutes to create a virtual space in which you can learn together with teachers who share your professional interests .
Share your perspective and experience with other teachers. Share a collaborative blog with everyone across the TeachingPartners community. Our “Voices” section is a place to post longer, more developed ideas related to education than those you might post in your News Feed.