Tutor/Mentor Connection

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This is a meeting place for anyone who wants to help inner city youth connect with extra adult tutors and mentors. Members need approval.

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Melvin Hayes and Daniel Bassill are now friends
Sep 8
Daniel Bassill left a comment for Melvin Hayes
"Thanks for joining. I'll look forward to reading your blog articles to see how well you understand the ideas shared on the Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC web site and blogs."
Sep 8
Daniel Bassill left a comment for Robert Harington
"Robert, welcome to the Tutor/Mentor Connection forum.  I hope you'll look at the blogs shared on the home page and browse the Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC site at http://www.tutormentorexchange.net  Note the  use of maps to show…"
Sep 8
Melvin Hayes is now a member of Tutor/Mentor Connection
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Robert Harington updated their profile
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Action Research and Learning (OHATS)

OHATS (Organizational HIstory and Tracking System is an action research and learning process initiated by. Tutor/Mentor Connection set in 2000 to track actions toward achieving the goals of the organization. Note: 9-21-15 update. Error codes on site. Need to find volunteers to fix.See More
Sep 1
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Closing This Forum - ideas welcome

Due to a price increase and my continued lack of revenue, this community will close in June 2017, unless a sponsor steps forward to pay the $600 annual fee.  Options are welcome. PSee More
Aug 31
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Closing This Forum - ideas welcome

Due to a price increase and my continued lack of revenue, this community will close in June 2017, unless a sponsor steps forward to pay the $600 annual fee.  Options are welcome. PSee More
Aug 31

Blog Posts

Follow this "Learning Path" through the ideas of the Tutor/Mentor Connection

I've hosted this Ning site since 2007 with the goal that teams from colleges, faith groups, businesses, etc. in Chicago and other cities would use the information and ideas to build strategies that make mentor-rich youth programs available in all  high poverty neighborhoods, and help each get the on-going flow of…

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Posted by Daniel Bassill on April 27, 2016 at 2:14pm

Project: Exploring the Tutor/Mentor Connection

Hello everybody, I created this project project%20TMC%20DGRD.docx whose aim is to dig into the Tutor/Mentor´s sites with students from Brazil, and which I am presenting to schools, with no perspective, untill now, due to an utilitarian and short-sighted approach of education that presents itself during conversations…

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Posted by Daniel Galvão Rosa Delmanto on April 4, 2016 at 3:30pm — 3 Comments

View library of illustrated essays on Scribd.com and Slideshare

Since the mid 1990s I've tried to visualize my ideas and strategies using PowerPoint and other drawing tools. I've been uploading these to slide share and other platforms for past few years. Here's one example.…

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Posted by Daniel Bassill on September 29, 2015 at 5:30pm

Use Concept Maps to Visualize Strategies and Show Networks

This is one of many concept maps I've created to visualize the commitment I and other leaders need to make to help youth in all high poverty neighborhoods of a city get the support systems they need to more successfully move through school and into careers.  While you can click through the nodes on this map, to other maps, I created this library of concept maps, to show the wide variety that…

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Posted by Daniel Bassill on May 24, 2015 at 12:06pm

Experimenting with webinars. Join me on April 21, 2015

I'm hosting a webinar focused on volunteer recruitment for tutor/mkentor programs at 2pm EST on April 21.  You can sign up…

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Posted by Daniel Bassill on April 19, 2015 at 8:03pm

 
 
 

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