“That’s just the way it is”, “It’s not my job”, “Nothing’s gonna change [sic]”… expressions stemming from me-or-them dilemmas. How to address – and not jeopardize – personal priorities while improving what really matters around us? Whether we perceive our activity as a mere role in a social structure, or our job tasks as functions, or ourselves as movers, shakers, and game changers, there exist many communities of practice (or CoPs, by Wenger-Trayner, 1998), such as VenTESOL, operating in and out of our national borders. Let’s look into them, their supporting concepts, options and opportunities as a time and space where doing an apparently small part, originating in our educational framework of reference and daily endeavors, can mean a world of difference to many colleagues, students, and fellow citizens. Yes, our approaches, standards, practices, and even schedule priorities of choice can conveniently and successfully step into CoPs’ common ground for action. Skeptical about this? Disappointed or burned out? Unheard or neglected? Clueless and though curious? Enthusiastic yet none the wiser? All are invited. Come, gain fresh perspectives on realistic ways to become a 00-Teacher, non-secret agent of change!