Invitations have greatly evolved over the years. As a child, I can remember receiving paper invitations for a classmate’s birthday party. The crisp, firm cardstock with manufactured lettering and images was placed inside my bookbag. Those paper invitations were polite and friendly. Now as an adult, I continue to receive warm invitations via my email…… Continue reading An Invitation – Kindly RSVP
In my last post, I shared that I was steeping upon the idea of ways to grow a community of practice among my colleagues. I have been reading and researching about ways to grow a community that grows professional capital through social interactions. A community that grows together by collective learning by noticing and naming, trying…… Continue reading Lab Sites
The idea of growing a community of practice among my colleagues has steeped inside my morning cup. In his book, Cultivating Communities of Practice, Etienne Wenger describes a community of practice as “groups of people who share a concern, set of problems, or a passion about a topic, and who deepen their knowledge and expertise…… Continue reading Community of Practice
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