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The 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.comThe 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…See More
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Brad Campbell left a comment for Shelly Blake-Plock
"just read your tweet about students blogs...can I get a look at them? I am 100% inspired by you and your ideas...we are trying to steal them but use them in a low tech way :-)"
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At 9:04pm on February 3, 2010, Brad Campbell said…
just read your tweet about students blogs...can I get a look at them?

I am 100% inspired by you and your ideas...we are trying to steal them but use them in a low tech way :-)
 
 
 

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