Creating the Web Site? Teachers Network Web Mentors!
Since April 1996, The Teachers Network
has selected “web mentor” teachers
who have helped build the Teachers Network web
site on the Internet, and position teachers as
recognized international leaders. These teachers
take a leadership role in the future of the World
Wide Web on the Internet. They serve as a core
constituency of caring and knowledgeable educators
developing materials and integrity on the Internet.
They bolster teacher professional development
and engage teachers and students in accessing
and assessing new resources and media.
This position requires teachers
taking responsibility for growing Teachers Network
and for helping other teachers, students, and
IMPACT II site directors use the web site. Teachers
Network web mentors are selected based on the
- A passion for learning and teaching
and an ability to motivate and lead educators
- An identifiable expertise, along
with a proven ability for designing and creating
- A willingness and commitment
to collaborate with students and teachers on
designing projects on the Internet.
- A willingness to contribute articles
or columns on a range of topics—subject-specific,
student-centered projects; reviews of the latest
software; and funding opportunities.
Find out how to do just about anything in your classroom and, if you need help, ask one of our Online Mentors. You'll get a response within 72 hours!
New York City Teachers Helpline: http://teachersnetwork.org/ntny/nychelp/index.htm
National Teachers Helpline: http://teachersnetwork.org/ntol/ntol_helpline.htm
Teachers Network Web Mentors Teacher Helpline