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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 EduPLN.

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.

Join us at this group and give back to a newbie who will welcome your outreach and support! Thanks!

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This sounds like someone I would be interested in.  Can you give me more information?

 

Thanks

Oops...I meant to type, this sounds like SOMETHING I would be interested in...sorry!

Count me in. My blog: http://elearning-rajettan.blogspot.com/

I look forward to this exciting venture. 

Hey Lisa,

 

I'd be more than happy to provide any help that I can.  I'm new here to The Educator's PLN but am looking to get involved.  Let me know what I can do.  Thanks!  

 

Shawn Avery

Plympton, Massachusetts

Mr. Avery's Class Blog

How can I participate, Lisa?

kisses!

Gracias Amigo! Check out my reply below :) Ciao! xo

Hi All!

Thanks for your eager participation! If you filled out the Google Doc the idea is that now new/pre-service teachers can contact you for a mentoring opportunity. I will be doing a VOKLE. com event in about a week and asking you to join me for a question answer session on how to support this project to grow. For now we need to spread the word here, on twitter and facebook to colleges and schools around us that have teachers who are looking for FREE support and mentoring.

Thanks so much again and we will be sharing more next week in Feb 2011!

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