Author: Sherwin Little/Tuesday, December 10, 2019/Categories: ACL, NJCL, ETC
The main goal is to leverage the knowledge and experience of our members to help other teachers develop their knowledge base and skill set. New teachers or pre-service teachers need advice or guidance as they are getting started. An experienced teacher may need suggestions about implementing a new strategy or technique. All teachers benefit from working with a colleague. With many Classics teachers working in isolation, this program aims to overcome that barrier.
This program is open to all ACL members, at any level of teaching, and any point in their career where they might be needing help, or might have expertise to share.
Mentors and Mentees can agree on the length of the collaboration based on individual needs. Some collaborations might only need two months, while others might need more time. We suggest two, four, or six months depending on the project.
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