Building virtual communities
CTQ prepares educators to facilitate virtual communities of practice to spread expertise, get results, and document change.
A collaborative approach to professional learning improves teaching practice and student education. But it can be difficult to justify cutting into instructional time to make it happen.
At CTQ we’ve learned that effective collaboration depends on cultivating virtual communities of practice. Virtual communities allow educators to use their skills, tools, and knowledge to build trust and generate results. These communities also help educators develop facilitation skills so they can lead professional learning initiatives and improve their collective leadership skills across diverse teams of educational leaders.
With a 14-year track record, CTQ can be a key partner in helping teams build and grow virtual professional communities.
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