InSpace — and life — is better with other people to share the experience. Come join us live on the InSpace platform to learn and connect with the virtual community we’re proud to be a part of. We’re building the future of learning here, and we invite you to stop by whenever you can to share input or simply say hello.

InSpace Orientation. We’re really excited to help you get started the right way with InSpace — and this quick orientation will do just that! 

We’ll show you around and give you tips to make your gatherings more connected and collaborative.  

Wednesdays at 2 pm ET/11 am PT

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Back Pocket Backgrounds. Ready to make the switch to InSpace, but not sure how to start? 

Try Back Pocket Backgrounds to support community building and making content connections. 

Back Pocket Backgrounds pair well with Proximity Audio to bring natural conversational routines to your classroom. First Wednesdays at 3 pm ET/12 pm PT. Image shows a class moving to 4 corners to vote on a question.

Build a better breakout. Tired of blank Squares 'n' Stares? 

Make learning visible for your students with connected breakout rooms.

Join our workshop to practice strategies for facilitating engaging, memorable sessions where everyone contributes meaningfully.

Second Wednesdays at 3 pm ET/12 pm PT

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Workshop title: Building Community Beyond Icebreakers. 

Instill community habits for learning from Day One. 

Icebreakers aren't about being nice – and they shouldn't be seen as optional. 

Learn how to use icebreakers as competence-building metacognitive learning opportunities that build cultural competence, support community-building goals, and scaffold pedagogical tasks.

Fourth Wednesdays at 3 pm ET/12 pm PT

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