The Learning Commons is a shared space where:
Educators can search across curated professional learning resources to solve challenges and begin to transform teaching and learning in their classrooms.
Resource providers can contribute content, tools, and ideas to support and develop learners, while getting real-time feedback on value and impact.
Learning leaders can connect to groups of learners and share curated resources based on personalized, competency-based learning goals.
How Does The Learning Commons Work?
The Learning Commons is a free, open, and shared site where educators can search across resources provided by different organizations to find the ideas and professional learning support they need to implement blended and personalized learning in their classrooms. Teachers, designers, and leaders of learning can discover curated content playlists, self-paced competency development tracking, and community-vetted resources. Resources can be saved and shared through personalized content playlists.
The Learning Commons also provides leaders of learning networks with guided, curated content aligned to competency development and learning frameworks to help both individual educators and teams of teachers to implement impactful blended learning in their classrooms. The Learning Commons offers learning leaders of both formal and informal learning networks rich experience data that reflects what resources teachers use and value.
Who Is Involved In The Learning Commons?
The Learning Commons was created by The Learning Accelerator and Yet Analytics, and supported by partnerships with other innovative education organizations, including:
Blended Learning Universe
Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC)
Raise Your Hand Texas/CA Group
As the Learning Commons community grows, more content partners will be added to further expand the professional learning resources available to educators.
Interested in getting involved as a resource provider or learning leader? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register today for beta access to the Learning Commons and be one of the first to join this community space.