I am doing a soft-launch of the Standards Toolkit community so that we can get a few more members and interactions populated before I invite the whole district (seriously, that is the scope of this).
So, here is the pitch:
Just as the Standards Toolkit is design to support your role in our shared effort to implement these standards, the online community is designed to support the toolkit and the people using it. Please ask questions and post responses about the toolkit or about the standards in general. If you don’t know where something is in the toolkit, you can ask. If you are finding something particularly valuable, you can share it. And if you have suggestions for how to make things better or specific resources you need, please go ahead and suggest them. This is our community, and it will be as strong as we make it.
Please start posting things if you would like to see this space grow with lots of folks from around the district adding their ideas.