What are Teaching communities?
From Pre-K to College, teaching communities provide a space for teachers to understand their students’ methods, share educational resources, and find new learning strategies. See our list of teaching communities for more.
About Online Communities on Reddit
Reddit communities (or "subreddits") are forum-based groups on the popular social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website Reddit. Reddit is commonly known as "the front page of the internet". Users submit content to the site such as links, text posts, and images, which are then voted up or down and discussed by other members.
r/TeachersA sub for all things teacher related!
r/TEFLQuestions and discussion about everything related to Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) around the world.
r/ScienceTeachers/r/ScienceTeachers is a place for science educators to collaborate on and contribute tips, ideas, labs, and curricula. We seek to encourage the sharing of interesting studies, experiments, videos and articles that will interest students of all ages and promote science and critical thinking in their lives.
r/teachinginjapanThis subreddit is a place to discuss the various aspects related to teaching strategies in Japan. The main focus on this sub is to provide space for teachers to discuss various aspects of their jobs and industry in greater depth than other forums provide. All are welcome to participate, and we hope to be a great resource for teachers new and experienced. However, we ask that users pay close attention to the various rules before posting.
r/CSEducationA community **for computer science educators and education researchers**. Discussion and links of CS ed research, best practices, pedagogy, curriculum, policy, etc.
r/matheducationMath education! r/matheducation is focused on mathematics pedagogy (the teaching of). Please avoid posts that are related to homework or other "How do I solve this?" type questions. There should be an emphasis on usefulness (such as good internet resources or ideas for how to teach a concept).
r/ECEProfessionalsCome learn, grow and contribute with us. We are an early childhood education discussion forum for preschool teachers and other professionals who would like to be involved in an online community to share ideas, advice, questions, current events, and experiences with other professionals and parents.
r/MusicEdDesigned to give music educators an online tool for easy access to forums, discussion boards, advice, teaching strategies, teaching stories, advocacy tips, pertinent articles, rehearsal advice, and anything else that has to do with the field of Music Education!
r/ELATeachersA place for English teachers to share ideas and lessons and to brainstorm and collaborate on new curricula.
r/historyteachersWelcome to historyteachers!
r/specialedThis is a professional subreddit for people interested in special education, particularly: special education teachers, general education teachers, therapists, advocates and parents. We are here to share professional advice, bounce ideas off each other, share concerns, and advocate for our students.
r/AustralianTeachersA community for Australian teachers to discuss their profession.
r/ESL_TeachersA subreddit for teachers of ESL working in their home countries/English speaking countries. Working in an English speaking country with non-native speakers is a whole different experience than working and teaching abroad. The goal here is for discussion of that experience along with lesson ideas and exchange. Also welcomed are the occasional rants and raves, material sharing, and discussions.
r/InternationalteachersThis is a subreddit created for teachers who teach in international schools - wherever they may be. This is a place to share information, teaching tips, news, and discuss issues related to teaching in international schools. If you want to post about topics, news, or issues related to education in general, please post in /r/education.
r/specialeducationWelcome to specialed!
r/ArtEdA community for Art Teachers to share lessons, strategies, student artwork, seek advice, and support each other in the field of Art Education! 😃 Let’s make Reddit more colorful!
r/CanadianTeachersA subreddit for Canadian teachers.
r/onlineteflFor all things related to online tefl teaching.
r/TESOLTeaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. TESOLl and TEFL teachers
r/TeachersOfColorA safe space on Reddit where BIPOC teachers can share our education experiences, questions, issues, and ideas, and be validated and supported.