e-Teacher Mentorship

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This slideshow is intended to support a proposal to develop an e-Learning Mentorship program among teachers in Ontario.

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e-Teacher Mentorship

  1. 1. e-Teacher Mentorship e-Teacher Mentorship
  2. 2. As e-Learning continues to evolve...
  3. 3. We can learn from one another...
  4. 4. ...through Mentorship
  5. 5. Mentors Provide advice for managing the early days and weeks of a course... Teaching Online can be Lonely work
  6. 6. Suggest course modifications...
  7. 7. Mentors Consider ways to engage students
  8. 8. Teach others about the LMS
  9. 9. Point out relevant resources...
  10. 10. Share workload strategies...
  11. 11. Suggest Assessment strategies...
  12. 12. Mentors Provide reassurance...
  13. 13. Listen
  14. 14. Remind colleagues that they are not alone.
  15. 15. Participate Join the program...
  16. 16. Participate Request a subject or course match.
  17. 17. Participate Wait for a Match.
  18. 18. Connect in person...
  19. 19. Connect ... through live chat
  20. 20. Connect Skype... Google Chat... Adobe Connect...
  21. 21. Via the telephone...
  22. 22. ...or through email.
  23. 23. Connect Find colleagues willing to share their experiences and strategies.
  24. 24. Teaching online need not be lonely work.
  25. 25. Join a community of self-supporting e-teachers!
  26. 26. Photo Credits CC Chapman Nancy White re-ality/Steffen Phillip Torrone Tray Carla Arena Sarah McGee Bart Everson Jason Nicholls Ana Carmen Andrew Scott Judy Baxter Karolien Taverniers Hagen + Tine Graf Jared Stein Tyron Francis Krossbow Grant Hutchinson Sarah Stewart ANL
  27. 27. In Support of Ontario e-Learning Teachers Created by: Rodd Lucier London Region e-Learning Contact Licensed by: Creative Commons: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Canada

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