A Community of Practice (CoP) is a private space for collaboration and shared learning that connects centres and educators all across your organisation.
It enables successful practice and innovation to be shared by educators, peer-to-peer learning opportunities, and a deeper sense of connection with your wider organisation.
If you want to nurture the growth of your staff and support a culture of continuous learning and development across different locations, a Community of Practice helps you do this more efficiently.
It also allows you to:
Support and strengthen the capability of individuals and groups.
Grow consistency of practice and quality across an organisation.
Share ideas, resources, key organisational documents, and important updates.
Leverage the day to day use of Storypark to embed reflective conversations and training.
Save transport costs, overcome isolation, enable mentoring and professional development in a centralised way from head office.
Laure Hislop, Practice Facilitator for Professional Learning at KU shares how their Communities of Practice Hubs help their team be more connected, collaborative and organised.
Your Community of Practice is easy to manage and can be immediately set up by our Customer Success team and customised to your priorities and practice with the support of our professional learning and development (PLD) experts.
Educators access the community on the Storypark platform they already use and are familiar with, via their existing Storypark login.
Bespoke set up of a Community of Practice.
A 60-minute training session to support your set up and use. You will be provided with tips, strategies and considerations to guide you in setting up a purposeful and useful organisational CoP.
A resource guide will be also provided.
Addition of relevant staff i.e. educators, admins, heads of pedagogy etc.