- On 10/6/02 4:09 AM, "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> ________________________________________________________________________The MARTEC site looks like a great resource. Thanks for making us aware of
> Message: 3
> Date: Thu, 3 Oct 2002 16:47:33 -0400
> From: Patricia Hendricks <phendric@...>
> Subject: RE: Articles on Mentoring
> The New Jersey Department of Education sponsored a technology mentoring
> program last year. Their competitive grant allowed each county in New Jersey
> to release one teacher to act as a mentor to the other teachers in the county.
> MAR*TEC http://www.temple.edu/martec
> conducted interviews with each technology mentor to glean answers to important
> questions about "what are the attributes of a good technology mentor" "what is
> the difference between professional development workshops and professional
> development mentoring>"
> These interviews are being analyzed and organized into a website to
> disseminate the wisdom that the New Jersey Tech Fellows gained during the past
> The website will be deployed on November 10, 2002. I'll update this list when
> it is ready.
> Patricia Hendricks
it. I really liked the article that described a preservice teacher
introducing the webquest. It is a great model to share with our
Technology in Education
Apple Distinguished Educator
Former Member, ISTE Board of Directors
" If you wish to appear accountable, test your students.
If you wish to improve schools, teach teachers to assess their students.
If you wish to maximize learning, teach students to assess themselves."
- MARTEC is just one of 10 RTECs funded by the federal government since 1995 -
they are all regional and offer a variety of different technology-related
resources. Visit www.rtec.org to learn about all of them. SEIRTEC focuses on
collaborative regional projects; HPRTEC has several really neat tools for
developing and using technology-based lesson plans and websites. Several
have evaluation tools for schools.
Library media specialist
Centennial Place Elementary School
> -----Original Message-----
> The MARTEC site looks like a great resource. Thanks for
> making us aware of
> it. I really liked the article that described a preservice teacher
> introducing the webquest. It is a great model to share with our
> methods/supervising teachers.