What type of community are you building? #EduCommunity Answers (Part 3 of 5)

  • Collaborative and Engaged
  • Mentorship community — a group of mentors who help students bring their gifts to the world
  • Arts appreciation
  • People in our district who are working to design the best professional learning opportunities
  • An open and informal learning space for all
  • SOCIAL FABRIC + inclusive, responsive, EQUITABLE
  • Teachers who want to learn about improving pedagogy
  • A functional community of tech leaders across the state (AK) who can share resources, research
  • A national network of local ecosystems
  • I want to bring local employers (tech) and local under-served residents together as stakeholders in tech training
  • Reading and writing teachers who are trying to best implement workshop strategies
  • One in which we cheer each other on
  • Opening a new PK-8 in Aug 2018
  • Innovative, curious learners excited to collaborate with students
  • A Daring Community
  • Collaborative Learning Community (Schools → Parents & Community)
  • A community that will work together to learn new things…and then implement them
  • Leadership. All girls (K-8). Nontraditional. “Innovative”
  • A cohesive educational community of teachers in my district
  • EDUCATED
  • My community is a neighborhood center with the following elements: High Quality Early Childhood Center, Teaching Lab for Early Educators, Community Hub for services and support
  • Teaching/Leadership of area early childhood providers
  • Globally appreciative
  • We have an awesome Ed Innovation Community of parents, students, teachers, admins and community leaders in Kansas City! We support K-12 entrepreneurs
  • Dynamic and thinking center for education innovation
  • School, Employer, CBO
  • Equity Innovator for Community Change
  • People who want to work together to improve education
  • An inclusive one
  • Detroit’s future leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs
  • Generative ecosystem (that’s the hope)
  • I am building a community of learners empowered by the fact that they are loved and see daily compassion modeled
  • A haven for TFA alums focused on the private space
  • Community of students, educators, entrepreneurs, and industry professionals
  • Community: teachers of different backgrounds, teacher coachers, community partners, students
  • One with successful students, strong schools, and thriving businesses and organizations
  • A collaborative community that challenges others to constantly grow
  • My hope is to grow my community into a group that embraces change and innovation