According to Wenger (1998), communities of practice provide five critical functions. They:
Communities of practice are important as a professional learning strategy because they have the potential to:
The professional learning needs of educators are changing. Communities of practice offer a robust strategy for professional learning. Here is why:
The value of communities of practice is in the depth of participants’ reflection and inquiry, and how they put co-created knowledge to action in their academic community.
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