Sharing is caring

Make your Workspaces public and share them with the world.

It began as an idea from a small district in Alberta, Canada: Buffalo Trail Public Schools. They needed more curriculum, and they figured other educators might have the same needs, so they saw a way to get it by teaming up with Hāpara. Teachers thought that maybe by sharing their Workspaces, others would do the same, and the library of curriculum-aligned lessons and projects readily available to all Hāpara educators would drastically expand.

And they are sharing.

Sharing is the best way to inspire awesome learning.

Easily create Workspace lessons, or take advantage of thousands of free, publicly shared Workspaces aligned to grade, subject, curriculum standard or learning outcome.
That’s an idea we can get behind! Be part of a mission of teachers to share their lessons with thousands of educators throughout the world.
 
 

Sharing is the best way to inspire awesome learning.

  • Easily create Workspace lessons, or take advantage of thousands of free, publicly shared Workspaces aligned to grade, subject, curriculum standard or learning outcome.
  • That’s an idea we can get behind! Be part of a mission of teachers to share their lessons with thousands of educators throughout the world.

So far teachers have shared this many Workspaces…

Why share your Workspace?

“Great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones surround us every day.”

– Sally Koch

Small actions make a big difference, and sharing your Workspaces can help teachers and children all over the world. You can be part of helping others, and be part of a larger community of teachers collaborating to power awesome learning opportunities for their students!

Why share your Workspace?

“Great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones surround us every day.”
– Sally Koch

Small actions make a big difference, and sharing your Workspaces can help teachers and children all over the world. You can be part of helping others, and be part of a larger community of teachers collaborating to power awesome learning opportunities for their students!

Educators love Workspace

Ashley Newman | 6th grade English teacher | Winchester, VA, USA

Ashley Newman | 6th grade English teacher | Winchester, VA, USA

Share your Workspace in three easy steps!

Step 1: Open your Workspace.

Step 2: Add in the description box:

  • Country
  • Province/state
  • Grade/year
  • Subject
  • Curriculum/expectations

Step 3: Go to the sharing section. Toggle the switch to share publicly.

It’s easy to do!

 
 

Step 1: Open your Workspace.

Step 2: Add in the description box:

  • Country
  • Province/state
  • Grade/year
  • Subject
  • Curriculum/expectations

Step 3: Go to the sharing section. Toggle the switch to share publicly.

It’s easy to do!

Top Workspace sharers

Frequently asked questions

Do I need my district’s permission to share?
No, you do not need permission to share your Workspaces.
What can people see when I share?
People can see the layout of the Workspace, and the cards and content you have added. Making your Workspace public does not share any student information, assignments they are working on in the Workspace or any cards that students have added.
Can I share copyrighted material like Teachers Pay Teachers resources or textbooks in my public Workspaces?
No. It is unlikely that teachers from outside of your school district/division will be able to access those resources because they require payment or a subscription. However, you can recommend resources and provide links that point teachers to where they can purchase them.

Frequently asked questions

Do I need my district’s permission to share?
No, you do not need permission to share your Workspaces.
What can people see when I share?
People can see the layout of the Workspace, and the cards and content you have added. Making your Workspace public does not share any student information, assignments they are working on in the Workspace or any cards that students have added.
Can I share copyrighted material like Teachers Pay Teachers resources or textbooks in my public Workspaces?
No. It is unlikely that teachers from outside of your school district/division will be able to access those resources because they require payment or a subscription. However, you can recommend resources and provide links that point teachers to where they can purchase them.

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