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Topic: CROSSPOST: e-Mentoring for Student Success (eMSS)
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CROSSPOST: e-Mentoring for Student Success (eMSS)
Posted: Sep 27, 2007 10:15 PM
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I'm passing this on in case any list members know of any K-12 math
teachers who may be interested in participating.

I also wonder if this kind of opportunity might be helpful for ABE and
GED math teachers?

Moderator, Numeracy list

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Sent: Thu, 27 Sep 2007 7:00 pm
Subject: e-Mentoring for Student Success (eMSS)

Do you know any early-career math educators? If so, they
might be interested in an exciting opportunity through e-Mentoring for
Student Success (eMSS).
Please pass the following information on to any 1st - 3rd
year middle and high school math teachers in the following states:
1   CA, HI, NV, UT, WA
2   AZ, NM, OK
3   MT, ID, WY, ND, SD, NE
4   MI, WI, IA, OH
5   NC, SC, GA, TN
6   ME, NH, MA, VT, RI
eMSS is recruiting 1st - 3rd year middle and high school
math teachers to participate in an innovative online mentoring project.
This pilot program is designed to test the idea matching content and
grade level mentors from a different state, but geographically
proximate, supporting the mentee. A limited number of beginning
teachers will be accepted for this unique opportunity on a first come,
first served basis.
eMSS was developed to empower the next generation of math
teachers by providing content-focused mentoring through a national,
online technology network. Through eMSS, new and veteran teachers - as
well as content specialists- collaborate in an interactive community to
facilitate the exchange of information, ideas, and experiences to
advance high-quality math instruction for all students.
There are numerous benefits to becoming an eMSS Mentee:
* Be matched with an experienced math teacher from your
region as your personal mentor.
* Participate in a content-focused professional learning
* Gain access to a vast array of math resources.
* Receive verification of professional development
* Have the option to receive academic credit.
To apply, go to the Web site, click on
Other States and complete the online application to become a part of
this exciting program. A limited number of applications are being
accepted through October 15.





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