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What is Community?

What is Community?

What is Community?

This community comprises of educators who wish to advance the teaching of all students, including Aboriginal and Torres Islander students, regardless of their previous mathematics learning experiences and diverse backgrounds. Community members are encouraged through professional conversations in the Forum to  provide resources helpful in building the knowledge, understanding and practice of the teaching mathematics in this area.

Essentials of an effective online community

This community comprises of educators who wish to advance the teaching of all students regardless of their previous mathematics learning experiences and diverse backgrounds. Community members are encouraged through professional conversations in the Forum to  provide resources helpful in building the knowledge, understanding and practice of the teaching mathematics in this area.

An effective online community has a diversity of member expertise, experience and perspectives. The Engaging All Students community hub is the Forum. Any member can initiate a topic for discussion, provide a resource for review or illustrate examples of best practice. Community members will respond and determine the nature of the activity that is relevant and valuable.

Roger Edmonds recently provided a professional learning session to Connect with Maths Community Leaders about developing effective communities.

Developing Effective Online Educational Communities

 

 

 

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Name Class Section
Document How do I join the Engaging All Students community? Folder 25
Document What are the benefits of joining and participating in a community? Folder 25