Communities of Practice roles and responsibilities
Communities of Practice (CoP) is an approach that challenges our assumptions about the nature and scope of leadership and encourages us to understand it as a collective responsibility.
The CoP approach guides the work of network and ensures that educational leaders play a key role in shaping a self-improving education system.
This publication outlines a set of guidelines to assist with network governance and supports network chairs and executives to fulfil their roles confidently and effectively in a CoP.
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Evidence to support Communities of Practice
There is a range of evidence that sits behind the Communities of Practice approach.
Explore the research underpinning this work with this fact sheet.
Communities of Practice self-assessment tool
The ability for networks to reflect and grow their Communities of Practice approach is critical to success.
This publication outlines the different elements of the self-assessment and how they are used to achieve progression.