Dear Javier, Jill and Stephanie,
I have read your interesting paper and found the ideas really engaging. The narrative style of the paper made it easy to follow your arguments and trains of thought. The collaborative and collegial framework ensured that this was a story of your shared journey as you lived out your values in your practice. There is ample evidence of how you influenced and supported one another as you embarked on the delivery of ypur revised curriculum.
What seems to be missing from your research account is evidence of your influence on your students. You mention that the focus is on your own and the students' learning but there are no examples of the students' learning. You also talk about a philosophy that 'involved, engaged and valued all participants'. Again, it would be good to see evidence of this.
In the final discussion, Javier does mention some students whom he has influenced but it would be good to see this throughout the paper. Similarly, Jill talks about learning from the students but again it would be good to see some examples. You mention that the students are part of the CoP so one would expect to hear their voices.
There are a few minor errors in referencing, e.g. Wenger is misspelt on a few occasions and Wenger 2006 is not included in the References. I will attach your paper here and will send the guidelines form tomorrow.
Just needs a little more work. Please see my annotated comments attached. Hope they are of help.
Looking forward to seeing the next iteration very soon