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The New Teacher Mentoring Project was created by Lisa Dabbs. My hopes for you:
  • To collaborate and find best practices
  • To mentor and support new/pre-service teachers in K-12 and higher education institutes of learning worldwide for online and offline learning.
  • To use the New Teacher Mentoring project to help you navigate through your first few years of teaching with a virtual mentor.
  • To find support by following Lisa Dabbs on Twitter @teachwithsoul and joining #ntchat.
  • To subscribe to LisaDabbs.com and the New Teacher1stYear YouTube for updates on ways to support your practice.

Welcome Everyone!

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Thank you for your interest in being part of the New Teacher Mentoring Project!

AGoogle Doc with Virtual Mentor information (view only) All information on this G-doc is open to those who have the link so please be sure you have shared what you are comfortable with being public.

To become a mentor:

  1. If you’re an EXPERIENCED teacher looking to mentor another please fill out this Google form  Virtual Mentor Program Volunteer.
  2. Your info will then be placed on public doc “A” above by Lisa Dabbs.)
  3. Look to be contacted to become a mentor to a new or pre-service teacher.

To find a mentor:

If you are a NEW or PRE-SERVICE teacher looking  for a mentor, WELCOME! We are happy to have you here!

  1. Search the Google Doc (same as  A  above) Google Doc with Virtual Mentor Information (view only)
  2. Find the member in this group that fits your needs and email them directly with the information they have provided.
  3. You are more than welcome to have more than one mentor!
  4. Posts, videos, and LIVE discussion topics are added in the New Teacher Google Community and FaceBook group weekly/monthly to talk, exchange experiences, & provide resources.

Thanks for reaching out to seek support for your practice.

When you connect with a mentor, leave me a comment and let me know how it’s going!

6 Comments

  1. bethrichert

    If one would like to be a mentor, how would one sign up?

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      • muzaffer cetin

        hello lisa. i phd student and 13 year experienced teacher in bosnia. i also want to be mentor to contribute your platform. muzaffer.cetin@antalya.edu.tr

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  2. gschultek

    So excited!! Thanks so much for putting this together. What a GREAT resource!

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  3. Mary V. Ricciardi

    I have looked at the mentor list and have jotted down some names. I am happy to find help. Thank you.
    Mary V. Ricciardi, English Teacher 9th 10th grades

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    • teachingwithsoul

      That’s so awesome! Keep in touch and let me know if/when you connect!

      Reply

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