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The Teacher Mentoring Project

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lisa Michelle Dabbs Jan 25, 2011. 7 Replies

Hello All!Are you a passionate committed educator who wants to "Pay it Forward" and share your talents and gifts with a new teacher?Join us at The Teacher Mentoring Project Group here on the…Continue

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Lisa Michelle Dabbs commented on Lisa Michelle Dabbs's group The New Teacher Mentoring Project
"Update! I've created a class on @RemindHQ for New Teacher Chat! Please share with those that you know will benefit!"
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"Launching New Teacher Chat #ntchat @RemindHQ! Love for you to sign up! Check my blog, today for info and spread the word!"
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"My latest post on @Edutopia: Reading in Summer Gives you Somewhere to Go! http://j.mp/1yXhvTd"
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If I Knew Then: A Letter to Me on My First Day Teaching

In honor of teacher appreciation week, SoulPancake and Edutopia asked teachers to write a letter to themselves on their first day teaching. What teacher do y...
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2014 Check In! We have 141 active Mentors!

Hey All,So glad to see that some of you are still here and committed to taking on mentoring roles as they come to you.As a one woman show, it's challenging to stay on top of this group and continue to do all the other work I'm committedI just updated the doc and we now have 141 educators willing to Mentor!Many thanks to all of you for your dedicated service. :)See More
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Lisa Michelle Dabbs commented on Lisa Michelle Dabbs's group The New Teacher Mentoring Project
"Update: 2/25/14  Friends, I advertise our group every Wednesday after new teacher chat #ntchat on Twitter and every "Mentoring Monday" where I tweet and blog with this focus. I also have a page for the group on my blog New…"
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"Friends! Honored for this great post on @Mashable today! Joined by Tom Whitby, MaryBeth Hertz and Eric Sheninger ;) http://goo.gl/DrwtCQ"
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The New Teacher Mentoring Project

To collaborate and find best practices and to mentor and support 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 can also find support by following Lisa Dabbs @teachingwthsoul and joining …See More
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Welcoming the New Year with a Slow and Steady Fire

Posted on December 31, 2012 at 6:11pm 0 Comments

I’m a big fan of Carly Simon. I have been for many years. I love her music, admire her talent and have been stunned by the honest ways she’s shared her life’s journey.

On this new year’s eve, I was feeling nostalgic and was searching for music on my iPod that would suit my mood.

I found it.

This song by Simon spoke to me and I knew I had to share it…

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Welcoming the New Year with a Slow and Steady Fire

Posted on December 31, 2012 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

I’m a big fan of Carly Simon. I have been for many years. I love her music, admire her talent and have been stunned by the honest ways she’s shared her life’s journey.

On this new year’s eve, I was feeling nostalgic and was searching for music on my iPod that would suit my mood.

I found it.

This song by Simon spoke to me and I knew I had to share it…

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Left Foot, Right Foot…Breathe:The Dance of a New Teacher and a Mentor

Posted on April 27, 2012 at 6:02pm 1 Comment

Photo via Jessica Smith @NCAAJessic

Last week, I was deeply touched by the news that Pat Summit, the all-time winningest coach in NCAA basketball history, is stepping down as the head coach of the  …

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What Are You Teaching Today? Poetry That Inspires!

Posted on April 20, 2012 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Reading poetry is inspirational! And teaching it can be even more so. If you haven't thought about using poetry in your daily work with students, I really want you to re-think that whole idea today.

April's theme of National Poetry Month can be a great way to kick-start the use of poetry in your classroom. I'm keeping this book on my desk in April: …

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At 3:25pm on July 11, 2011, Bonnie Zimmerman said…
Thank you for accepting my friends request. I hope you have a great week!
At 5:24pm on May 18, 2011, Elana Leoni said…
Nice to be connected here! :)
At 6:57pm on November 22, 2010, Irene Farmer said…
Hi Lisa! Yes, I have been away from twitter -- but still reading and getting inspired from your tweets! Life just got in the way, but I am going to make more of an effort to tweet again. I'll check out to see why my twitter address didn't work. It's still @IreneTortolini See you around! : )
At 3:03am on August 1, 2010, Marisa Constantinides said…
Hi Lisa! And thank you for connecting here as well! :-)
At 6:06pm on April 12, 2010, Jennifer Morfín said…
Thank you, likewise, I am so happy to have found this wonderful network!
At 4:44pm on April 12, 2010, John Steltz said…
Hello Lisa!!! Hope all is well in Cali!
At 6:09pm on April 11, 2010, Deven Black said…
Hi Lisa, it's good to see you here, too.
At 6:08pm on April 11, 2010, Geri Coats said…
Hey! it's good to find other Cali members here!
At 1:45pm on April 11, 2010, Kathryn said…
Hi Lisa. I'm trying to be more active here, too. We'll see how it goes. I definitely heart Twitter!
At 12:12pm on April 10, 2010, Cybrary Man - Jerry Blumengarten said…
Welcome! Sorry I was away on a trip taking my granddaughter to see New York City.

My website: http://cybraryman.com
 
 
 

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