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Online Mentors

Below you will find a list of teachers who have experience applying this type of project for use in their classrooms. They have offered to help others make use of Mars Team Online. Please do not hesitate to write them with questions. Their experience may help your Mars Team Online adventure to be more successful.

If you are comfortable with using Mars Team Online in your classroom and would like to help other teachers do likewise, we would be delighted to include you on this list. Please send a note to Dan at witten@quest.arc.nasa.gov with your specifics.

List of Mentors

Name
Email

Grade
Subject
Area of Expertise
Renee Crawley
craw1600@theriver.com
K - 2nd Grade (multi-age class) computer/technology trainer
Michael Crawley
craw1600@theriver.com
1st Grade computer/technology trainer
marilyn kennedy


Marilyn Kennedy
mwall@rockingham.k12.va.us
Alternate: mkennedy@shentel.net

4th grade CU-SeeMe

integration across the curriculum

one classroom computer

student presentations

Rhonda Toon


Rhonda Toon

rtoon@bellsouth.net

Looping
3rd (1996-97)
4th (1997-98)
5th (1998-99)
class management with one computer

extension activities

Roger Stryker


Roger Stryker
regor@tenet.edu

Elementary
Fifth
Mac-centric technology/multimedia (including CU-SeeMe)
curriculum integration of electronic field trips
computer based technology in the classroom
Ginny Dexter


Ginny Dexter
vdexter@tidepool.com

5/6 grade
Science
CU-SeeMe
One classroom computer
Integrating Live From... projects into the curriculum
Experiencing science, every child a learner
Laura Bashlor


Laura Bashlor
lauralou@ili.net

6th Grade
Science and Technology
Web authoring

Internet in the classroom

graphics

Tim McCollum


Tim McCollum

cxtdm@eiu.edu

7th & 8th Grade
Science
One computer classroom
curriculum integration
Charlie Lindgren


Charlie Lindgren

lindgren@meol.mass.edu

8th Grade
Earth and Physical Science
NIH "Imaging" Software

teaching strategies, etc., for any of the units

Jackie Trump
jtrum@atmos.washington.edu
middle school
math, remedial math, and Aerospace
low tech end of it

...one computer in the classroom

Pam WellsPeters


Pam WellsPeters


wellspep@jsd.k12.ak.us

7/8
Biology, Earth Science, Math
.


Marge Freeman

freemanm@mailhost.sd02.k12.id.us

8th
Astronomy and Physical Science
Planning across the curriculum
Adapting programs to students with special needs
Janet K. Cook


Janet K. Cook

4cooks@msn.com

high school
night school
no computers on-line at school

kids in same class for only six weeks at a time

Ruth Wahl


Ruth Wahl
gwahl@eznet.net

9th grade (and advanced 8th grade)
Regents (college-prep) Earth Science
only one computer in classroom

especially good at integrating MTO into a high school classroom.


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