GETTING STARTED

Just getting started at TeachingPartners?

Need some specific help?

Here are three quick steps to get you going.

Step One:

Personalize TeachingPartners to meet your needs.

Fine-tune your Personal Profile so others know who you are. Then start choosing the topics, people, and organizations you wish to follow.

Creating Your Personal Profile

Your Personal Profile is your public presence and “face” in the TeachingPartners community.

Choosing Topics to Follow

The TeachingPartners community is comprised of twelve Topics of Interest. Within each topic, TeachingPartners members share news, opinions, and ideas, organize groups, and share strategies. TeachingPartners presents workshops, virtual working groups, live presentations, and more! When you select topics to follow, any new activity that happens in this interest area appears on your personal, customized news feed.

Choosing People & Organizations to Follow

The TeachingPartners community is made up of active and engaged educators across the country. When you select people and organizations to follow, their public posts and activity appear on your “My Page” customized news feed.

Posting News, Ideas, and Comments on Your Feed

Your 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.
Joining a Group

In the TeachingPartners’ community, it’s easy for teachers to form groups to learn and problem-solve together. These virtual learning communities make it easy to find and learn together with teachers with the same interests—no matter where they are across the country.

Step Two:

Join a group, or create one of your own.

Learn with teachers who share your professional interests. Get support when you need it from teachers whose experience you can trust.

Joining a Group

In the TeachingPartners’ community, it’s easy for teachers to form groups to learn and problem-solve together. These virtual learning communities make it easy to find and learn together with teachers with the same interests — no matter where they are across the country.

Creating a Group

In the TeachingPartners’ community, it takes just minutes to create your own learning group — a virtual space where you can learn together with teachers who share your professional interests — no matter where they are across the country.

Step Three:

Share your ideas and experiences with the TeachingPartners community.

Add your voice to the conversation or get a speedy reply to your quick question.

Posting a Blog or Comment in Voices

Voices is a collaborative blog for all the members of the TeachingPartners community. It’s a place to express longer, more developed ideas related to education than those you might post in your Feed as a comment or status update.

Asking a Question via TeacherTalk

TeacherTalk is the place for quick questions in need of fast answers, posted by members across the TeachingPartners community. (Note: TeacherTalk is intended for professionally related questions, not for questions about using the TeachingPartners site. For those and technical support questions, please see our FAQ.)


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