At Cinglevue, we recognise that fostering collaboration, relationships and learning are the foundations for improving practice. We also acknowledge that navigating the multitude of rapidly emerging technological solutions on your own can be challenging. We have created the Cinglevue Community Space to facilitate the connection of passionate educators from around the world to hopefully help reduce isolation.
Our community is a welcoming environment for the exchanging of ideas, a place where and forging social dynamics and group processes can help shape your practice and enhance your personal and professional relationships. Membership is free and you can expect to participate in professional development days, annual conferences and scheduled workshops as well as having access to support from colleagues and mentors throughout the year to help you adopt practical and research-based teaching approaches.
Help us shape the future of learning
Join our Early Adopter Program (EAP), and play a critical role in the validation of the new features, prototypes and technology components on our platform – Virtuoso. You will have access to all our latest solutions and the opportunity to contribute ideas, enhancement requests, and share thoughts on workflows and any questions on specific processes before they are released, giving you a say in the shaping of all our final solutions.
The EAP is designed to help us determine and prioritise platform requirements delivery. Your feedback ensures we continually deliver the best user experience possible.
Why the Cinglevue Community?
We believe that the simple act of joining and being regularly involved in a community of practice like ours accelerates personal excellence and helps to navigate the ambiguities of the current system of education. It is also broadly accepted that being part of a community, network, or team offers one of the most powerful modes of professional development. This suggests that learning between members would be even more powerful than individual learning (Barak et al., 2010).
We provide a forum for authentic collaboration, where members who share a passion for education can learn from each other, create breakthrough ideas, co-construct new knowledge and explore innovative approaches to teaching.
Creates a repository of knowledge to support our members in accessing and interacting with research-based information and foster an inquiry-focused and problem-solving culture to encourage our members to take collective responsibility for determining valuable information.
Assists members to carry out their activities more efficiently and effectively by helping to identify ways that can facilitate cultural shifts, including the ability to transition from attributing particular problems to external influences to focusing on interactions with others and what can be changed.
Seeks to find ways to improve the credibility of new, little-known, or little-understood ideas through research, and making them more widely understood.
Offers a mechanism to provide members with the resources they need to carry out their main activities – understanding that knowledge is both an outcome of collaboration and a resource brought to it as participants come to see things in a different way.
Engages a diverse group of educators in a shared knowledge construction through conversations and collaborative endeavour to develop relationships of trust and mutual respect. This includes the interaction between teachers and preservice teachers, being a powerful tool to exchange ideas, practices and experiences, which nurtures professional and personal growth..
Promotes and sustains collective values and professionalism, including bringing high quality information to conversations, addressing participants’ inquiries to improve practice, solve problems and promote better outcomes for students.
Key benefits of joining our community
Become a part of our community to connect with your colleagues! You will be updated with the latest trends, have first-hand access to our research and much more benefits.
Read more and references
Barak, J., Gidron, A., & Turniansky, B. (2010). Without stones there is no arch: A study of professional development of teacher educators as a team.