We have built our own social networking space for teachers studying iTDi courses and lessons. This is a secure and safe environment for professional development. Only teachers enrolled in our programs can enjoy access to this community, where you can be anonymous if you choose.
You can expect to see many of the features of FaceBook and other social networking sites you are familiar with. However, our closed iTDi Teacher Community is specifically designed to aid you in studying with us and interacting with your peers and our faculty so that you never feel you are studying alone. There will always be someone you can turn to for advice and support.
iTDi's Community has a discussion forum for each lesson and course. Post your ideas, opinions and questions. Comment on other teachers' posts. You can upload image, audio and video files.
Browse the teachers enrolled in your courses and lessons. Send friend-requests to members you find interesting.
My Blog is a place for you to publish your teaching thoughts, opinions, stories and more in a safe place. Only other members of the iTDi Community can see your blog unless you want it public.
My Wall is where you will find your posts from your lesson activities, your posts in the forum and any posts from your friends.
You can become friends with other teachers and iTDi faculty to build a personal learning network (PLN).
See requests from other teachers to become friends with you. You don't have to accept. Friends can send each other direct messages.
Every lesson you enrol in gives you 30 days access to the community accumulatively for free e.g. if you enrol in 2 lessons you will automatically get 60 days access.
In all our courses the lessons ask you to post your ideas and experience to the lesson Forum, where your peers and iTDi faculty can offer advice and support. We will also help you
become confident in sharing with your peers.
We strongly believe that teachers need to embark on a cycle of study - practice - reflect - practice again. These reflective cycles should not be done alone. You need support and need to give support in studying, applying, reporting, evaluating and reapplying.