Communities of Practice

Years 9 to 12 Learning has established a number of Microsoft Teams sites for teachers of Years 11 and 12 students. The intention of these Teams sites is to provide a space that will allow you as teachers to collaborate and develop a community of practice across sectors, and share resources and ideas with your peers working in similar learning areas.

The content found on these Teams sites is just a starting point, with content increasingly driven by the teaching community, sharing resources that you find most effective in supporting your students learning from home. The following outlines the Teams sites that have been established.

How to Join a Community of Practice

If you are a DoE teacher, please access join codes and instructions.

If you are a teacher from the Catholic or Independent sector you need to have an email address associated with a Microsoft Office 365 account. If your school email address is already linked with an Office 365 account, please register. If you don’t have an email address linked to an Office 365 account, please create an account first and then register. More help on MS Teams is available at the Microsoft Education Centre.

Full list of Teams sites available

Microsoft Teams sites for TASC courses

  • English
  • Health and Physical Education
  • HASS – Economics and Business
  • HASS – Behavioural
  • HASS – Civics and Citizenship
  • HASS – History and Geography
  • Languages
  • Maths – Essential, Workplace, Everyday and Preliminary
  • Maths – General Maths
  • Maths – Specialised and Methods
  • Mixed Field
  • Science – Natural Sciences
  • Science – Physical Sciences
  • Technologies – Agriculture
  • Technologies – Design
  • Technologies – Digital
  • Technologies – Foods
  • The Arts – Dance
  • The Arts – Drama
  • The Arts – Media Arts
  • The Arts – Music
  • The Arts – Visual Arts

Microsoft Teams sites for VET subjects

  • Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Studies
  • Applied Fashion, Retail Services, ICT and Business, Creative Arts
  • Automotive and Engineering Pathways
  • Community Services and Health
  • Construction and Furniture
  • Electrotechnology
  • Foundation Skills
  • Hairdressing and Beauty
  • Hospitality / Kitchen Operations
  • Sport, Fitness and Recreation, and Defence
  • Tourism