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EXCEPTIONAL MENTORING PROJECT. Northeastern Illinois University Chicago, Illinois Alice C. Giacobbe, Ph.D. Sandra Beyda Lorie, Ph.D. EMP Mentoring Goals. To provide all educators with opportunities to reflect on ways to improve teaching and learning

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exceptional mentoring project

EXCEPTIONAL MENTORING PROJECT

Northeastern Illinois University

Chicago, Illinois

Alice C. Giacobbe, Ph.D.

Sandra Beyda Lorie, Ph.D.

emp mentoring goals
EMP Mentoring Goals
  • To provide all educators with opportunities to reflect on ways to improve teaching and learning
  • To provide new and experienced special education teachers from varied locations the opportunity for social and professional networking
  • To provide resources and conversation to support the transition from preservice education to the special education classroom
participant demographics e mentees
Participant Demographics –E-Mentees
  • 14 undergraduate special education majors
  • Final semester of course work
  • Presently student teaching in special education settings
  • 11 females
  • 3 males
  • 11 Caucasian, 2 African-American,1 Hispanic
participant demographics e mentors
Participant Demographics –E-Mentors
  • 5 master level special education teachers
  • All received masters degree from NEIU
  • All have at least 3 years of experience teaching students with disabilities (range=3 to 28, average 15 years)
  • All females
participant demographics e mentors1
Participant Demographics –E-Mentors
  • Across all areas of exceptionality
  • Across service delivery models (inclusion, resource, self-contained, residential, and daycare)
  • Across grade levels
e mentors selection process
E-Mentors – Selection Process
  • Met established criteria (master level teachers, NEIU graduates, experienced)
  • Recommended by current faculty from the Special Education Department
  • Final list was vetted by current faculty from the Special Education Department
participant demographics university personnel
Participant Demographics –University Personnel
  • 2 faculty members from the Special Education department
  • 1 support staff from the Dean’s office
conference categories
Conference Categories
  • URGENT
  • TOPIC OF THE WEEK
  • SEEKING WISDOM
  • TEACHERS LOUNGE
  • 24/7 CHAT
future plans
FUTURE PLANS
  • Continue to host site throughout the summer
  • Institutionalize with student teaching in the Fall of 2004
  • Recruit additional mentors
  • Assume web crossing license
  • Refine web site components
feedback from emp participants
FEEDBACK FROM EMP PARTICIPANTS
  • Informal feedback based on site postings
  • Survey will be administered at mentoring reception