Collaborative Learning Hub

Collaborative Learning HubWelcome to the Collaborative Learning Hub! A place where CT Educators can connect as professional learning networks across districts and statewide to share ideas, resources and promising practices.

WHY:   Educators working closely together in the development, selection and sharing of instructional resources and learning strategies makes schools and learners successful.  

WHO: All K-12 Educators  

WHEN and HOW: Everyday, Anytime, Anywhere

Any educator, parent, community resource provider can click into access collaboration resources and tools to team with colleagues and share and collaborate. Users can click into the resources provided to access open education resources that have been tested and shared nationally.  

OUTCOME: Educators, parents and community resources providers will develop the collective practice to accelerate learning and advance equity for all learners. Together we will make the ordinary practice of collaboration extraordinary.  

  • GoOpenCT


    The use of open education resources (OER) reduces or eliminates materials costs, helps ensure equity of access to high-quality learning materials, and provides an online community of practice that empowers educators to use, remix, and update content. 


    Educators at all grade levels (PK – 20) 

    WHEN and HOW:  

    Teachers and leaders can visit the GoOpenCT site to use, create, and share openly licensed learning materials, from complete courses and unit plans to lesson plans, flipped videos, and even assessments. Use of OER benefits instructional planning as well as lesson delivery and testing. 


    Districts and students will appreciate significant cost savings in their instructional materials budgets by co-creating and sharing the high-quality, standards-aligned content already in use. Sharing resources across district and state lines will help ensure all schools, teachers, and students have access to these materials. 

    Teachers and district leaders can become involved in the national Go Open movement, plan their own district initiative, and master the use of OER in the classroom by visiting