A community of practice is a group of people who share a common concern, interest or passion which they learn about universally through experiences, stories and routines. It is NOT an individual practice with people who have social interests that has no learning opportunities.
– Domain: shared domain of interest involving commitment and competence in group.
– Community: group members engage in activities and discussion to share information and learn from each other.
– Practice: develop resources like experiences, stories, and tools which involves time and interaction.
(Tanner James, 2012. What makes a good P3 community of practice? [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.tannerjames.com.au/_blog/Tanner_James_Blog/tag/Community_of_Practice/)