- Message 1 of 5 , Oct 8, 2007View Source<<Either you can you do it or you can't.>>I'm sorry, but I totally disagree with this statement. Some may be able to do it on their own, but you are the minority. Most need the mentoring. I tried to do it almost on my own my first try and missed the mark. After having the help of several mentors (2 that were spectacular) I saw the light and it made all the difference. In speaking to many others, this seems to be the norm.Stephanie Stipkovich----- Original Message -----From: mrbadclamsSent: Monday, October 08, 2007 12:14 AMSubject: [EASCI] Re: Going it alone???
--- In EASCI@yahoogroups. com, Tina Kammer <tmk2950@... > wrote:
> Thanks for the advice, Stephanie. I will keep trying to find at
> Stephanie Stipkovich <stipko@...> wrote:
> Although it may be possible, it certainly will be more
difficult. Why take the chance? Get a couple really good mentors. I
am not available but by posting on here and on other NBCT Yahoo
groups, I'm sure you can find a few. I strongly recommend it.
> Stephanie Stipkovich
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: tmk2950
> To: EASCI@yahoogroups. com
> Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2007 6:31 PM
> Subject: [EASCI] Going it alone???
> Is it possible to do this without a mentor because I currently
> have one. No one at my school has even heard of NBPTS. I did take a
> 10 week primer class with another teacher at my school who was
> considering it but she discovered that she is expecting after
> for a very long time...needless to say, she chose not to pursue. Is
> it possible or should I keep looking for a mentor?
I went it alone with no mentor, just my info. packet from NBPTS.
Either you can you do it or you can't. I passed on my first try with