There are communities of educators participating in writing communities where best practices are discussed and current knowledge is shared. Here are a few of those communities, feel free to add your own. Some of them are not exclusively writing but are where people connect to create writing projects.
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National Writing Project Community

A free community that is part of the US-based National Writing project group.
http://connect.nwp.org/national

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National Council of Teachers of English

A community part of this US organization where people discuss writing and other topics unique to US English teachers.
http://ncte.connectedcommunity.org/ncte/home/


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Classroom 2.0

One of the largest online communities of educators in the world.
http://www.classroom20.com/

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Flat Classrooms Global Network

The network where teachers who want to collaborative globally join together. Many of them follow the pedagogy as outlined in the book Flattening Classroom, Engaging Minds.
http://flatclassrooms.ning.com

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Global Education Conference Community

An annual online conference where best practices are shared in many areas of collaborative work.
http://www.globaleducationconference.com/


How to add to this page

There are many more places where writing teachers can connect. If you want to join this wiki, click "request to join" (you'll need a wikispaces account) and make sure you tell me who you are and why you want to join. Let this page become yours and add to it as you wish. The most active contributors are listed on the Leaderboard.