How to Build Effective Online Education Communities

[tweetmeme]This week I will lead a number of presentations and discussions at the Global Forum on Technology and Innovation in Teaching and Leading in Dubai. One of the topics I will discuss is, “How to build effective online education communities”. If you manage an online education community or are interested in starting one, I welcome you to read through the presentation above!

Looking forward to discussing online education communities on Wednesday! Feedback and comments are welcome!


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6 Responses to “How to Build Effective Online Education Communities”

  1. 1 Stav April 19, 2010 at 5:54 am

    Hi Anna,

    I like your PPT, definitely post a follow up on how it was received this week.

    I’m the Community Manager for Scholastic’s TeacherShare. It’s a new platform for teachers to connect, collaborate, create, listen and learn as you had mentioned. We have some great content online already and teachers are starting to feel comfortable and talking with one another.

    Thanks for the information!


  2. 2 Felicia Adams April 29, 2010 at 2:06 am


    Great powerpoint presentation! What a useful resource for teachers looking to connect. We have seen that this is a vital part of teachers’ world now. We have developed many online communities for teachers to connect, collaborate, and learn. Not to mention we offer many opportunities for grants as well! Glad to see you reaching out to educators this way as well. I would love to hear more about how your presentation was received.

    Thanks so much for these helpful tips!

    Felicia Adams
    Community Manager

  3. 3 Maitham April 29, 2010 at 10:39 am

    Thanks for what are you trying to teach us .
    really we enjoy the course .

  4. 4 Manal April 29, 2010 at 10:41 am

    Hi Anna,

    Thanks for the information

  5. 5 Summer March 16, 2011 at 8:37 pm

    Very important information here. Thanks for the pp presentation. How open are online education programs perceived in other countries? The US has moved forward at a fast pace with more and more people interested in this type of medium. What are your thoughts?

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