Connections-based Learning – 20 Useful Teacher Groups on Facebook

Hello, my dear colleagues! This post will shed some light on how can you use Facebook for networking

Why should you join teacher groups on Facebook?

The quality of your teaching can improve by sharing your knowledge or by asking other teachers to share their knowledge.

Connections-based learning is a legitimate approach to learning and plenty of research has confirmed that teachers can develop professionally through connecting with other educators and networking.

When you join teacher groups you will be able to use Facebook for learning  – you will see posts on your homepage as you casually scroll down and you will learn seamlessly and without any special efforts.

Sharing is caring, so whenever you have a great idea – feel free to write it down in one of these groups!

Click on the question marks in the picture above to reveal explanations and tips!

20 Teacher Groups on Facebook

Some of these groups will serve more as a place to share and download free resources, and some of the groups will be more inclined toward sharing advice and answering questions. Whatever the case may be, you will find out when you join the groups!

  1. British Council Teacher Community
  2. English Worksheets & – TEFL, TESOL, ESL, EFL
  3. Teachers resources, teaching tips, teaching articles
  4. Resources for English teachers
  5. Free Teacher Resources
  6. Resources for ESL/EFL Teachers
  7. Free Homeschooling Resources
  8. Free Resources for English Teachers
  9. Teachers- sharing ideas and resources for the classroom!
  10. English teachers resources
  11. English Learners & Teachers
  12. ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING
  13. TEFL, TESOL & English Teachers: Resources & Jobs
  14. Innovative Teachers of English
  15. Free Teacher Resources
  16. Innovative English Teachers’ Club
  17. ESL games and activities
  18. Resources for English teachers
  19. Digital resources for elementary students
  20. IATEFL YLSIG

Here are some steps you can take to connectwith educators easily.

  1. Join a minimum of 5 groups.
  2. Comment and engage with teachers daily!

I hope these groups help you connect more and learn about new methods and activities you can use in your classroom. If there is a group in which teachers collaborate and work together and it’s not on this list – write it down in the comments below!

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About Alice Glass

Alice is a 27 years old preschool teacher (Pre-K) with a B.Ed. She is currently enrolled in her Master studies, with a double major, one of them being English teaching methodology. She is also an online ESL teacher and blog writer for British Council. Last but not least, she is a mother of a very energetic toddler.

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