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The New Teacher Mentoring Project

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The New Teacher Mentoring Project

  • UPDATE for 2015 going forward! This group is now closed. All updates for activity with the project will now be housed at LisaDabbs.com
  • The purpose of the project is to support ways to collaborate and find best practices and to mentor and guide new and pre-service teachers in K-12 and higher education institutes of learning worldwide for online and offline learning.
  • The New Teacher Mentoring project can help you navigate through your first few years of teaching with a virtual mentor.
  • You find support by following Lisa Dabbs @teachingwthsoul and joining #ntchat.
  • Subscribe to LisaDabbs.com and the New Teacher1stYear YouTube for weekly updates on ways to support your practice.

 

Website: http://www.lisadabbs.com/new-teacher-mentoring-project
Location: LisaDabbs.com
Members: 190
Latest Activity: Nov 21, 2014

Want to be a Mentor? Find out how at LisaDabbs.com

Hi Everyone!

Announcing an Update: As of 2015 the New Teacher Mentoring Project will be housed at my blog site LisaDabbs.com

All updated information on the following will be available on my blog site including:

  • how to become a mentor
  • how to find a mentor 
  • how to connect with a mentor

Thank you so much for your interest in the past. Please help me to share this with others who you think may have an interest in participating.

Look to see the New Teacher Mentoring Project included in my upcoming Corwin Published book: Standing in the Gap: Connecting New Teachers to Connected Resources.

Best to you all,

~Lisa Dabbs

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Comment by Lisa Michelle Dabbs on January 7, 2011 at 9:46pm
Just loving all the supportive comments! Thanks everyone!
Comment by Dr. Nellie Deutsch on January 7, 2011 at 9:38pm
Join CO11 free online conference and Blended Instruction with Blogs and Wikis for Young Learners on the first weekend of February 2011.
Comment by Colin Graham on January 7, 2011 at 9:34pm
One of my goals for 2011 is to mentor 100 teachers/educators in using Twitter for CPD, so this group is very timely!  Thanks Lisa!
Comment by steph westwood on January 7, 2011 at 9:33pm
Thanks for the invitation to join a mentoring program. I am looking forward to collaborating with so many new people : )
Comment by Victor Hugo Rojas B. on January 7, 2011 at 9:24pm
I'm so grateful for the invitation to join this innovative and inspiring group. I really think that mentoring novice teachers will be the most challenging and empowering experiences through my teaching career. Then I'm looking forward to sharing and collaborating with peers. 
Comment by Irene Farmer on January 7, 2011 at 8:08pm

Hi Lisa, 

This is the best idea!  If I had had this my first year of teaching, I may not have contemplated suicide (LOL).  What a great way to help new teachers and learn from each other.

I'll do my best to help out however I can!  Thanks for putting the initiative forward!

Comment by EVRIDIKI DAKOS on January 7, 2011 at 7:36pm

Hi Lisa,

An excellent idea, congratulations!

Good to be among experts and passionate educators.I do not know how I can help but I will try my best. I am sure I will also learn a lot during our sharing! :)   

Looking forward to collaborating.

Comment by Lisa Michelle Dabbs on January 7, 2011 at 7:20pm

Hello All!

To keep the energy going after The Reform Symposium for New Teachers on Sat January 8, 2011...we are gathering passionate committed educators who want to "Pay it Forward" and share their talents and gifts with a new teacher.

We will be asking you to collaborate with us to be a "virtual" mentor or maybe even a f2f mentor to a new teacher who could use your support.

Monthly seminars are planned as well as #ntchats and Vokle.com chats.

Thanks for joining our group to give back to a newbie who will welcome your outreach and support. We look forward to great connections!

Comment by Lisa Michelle Dabbs on January 7, 2011 at 7:09pm
@Tomwhitby Yay! You joined our group...thanks so much. :)
Comment by Yoon S. Lim on January 7, 2011 at 2:08pm

Hi Lisa & PLN!

Thanks for the invite. I can certainly try to help with new music teachers or find people who might be of help!

 

Looking forward to learning!

 

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