This page is where you indicate that you would be willing to serve as a mentor for a global collaboration project. Please fill in as much detail as you can. You may be contacted directly by a mentee and you can also check the 'I Need a Mentor' page to review the expanding list and select (a) mentee(s) that you would like to assist. Once you have accepted a teacher or student to mentor, please add their name to your listing.

Thank you!

Volunteer Name
Volunteer Contact Info
What Kind of Help You Can Give
Who You Are Mentoring
Prof. Supten Sarbadhikari
Any help for navigating through the Wiki, creating pages and formatting.

Anne Mirtschin
Any help with elluminate, the use of wikis and questions re global projects from implementation through to completion.

Adrienne Michetti
[email removed - please contact Adrienne via Twitter at @amichetti or via her about me page.]
I can help with all aspects of the "how to" of international collaborative projects - where to begin, which tools to use, how to communicate, who to contact, where to get set up, how to integrate a project into your curriculum (or how to choose the right project), how to assess your students' work in the project, where/how to present your students' work, and more. I can also help with use of many different Web 2.0 tools - wikis, videoconferencing, blogging, Elluminate, etc.

Richard Opie
I have had some experience with international collaborations. Have participated in a wide number of Elluminate sessions and with iNet. I have my own blogs and web pages Keen to help. Interested in rural issues and with hybrid schools.I would be happy, also to be involved in inter-school collaborations.
I have offered to pass on to Karen of Wisconsin our science teachers' addresses.
Sandra Della Giustina
I can help with Young social network, citizen journalist for young people and student. Also i can help with e-NIE (newspapers in education) and e-learning (blogs, wikis, foros, etc. Elluminate. NING and Qoodle platform) In english and Spanish.
I have some experience with Colaborative works for teachers, students and schools and Mas Media and Education programs. I founder MI* Network. (Young citizen journalism network) and Education material. I m advisor to Young Readers program by World Association of Newspapers and Editors(WAN/IFRA)

Puedo ayudarlos a construir o mejorar redes sociales para jovenes y educativas. Tambien con proyectos de lectura de Periodicos online en el aula. Y con e-learning (blogs, wikis, foros y aulas virtuales en Elluminate, Qoodle y NING. Soy consultora externa del programa Jovenes Lectores de Asociacion Mundial de Periodicos (WAN/IFRA)
He realizado muchas experiencias y proyectos colaborativos junto a educadores y alumnos sobre Medios Masivos y Educación. Soy fundadora de la Red MI* de periodismo para jovenes de habla hispana.

Allisyn Levy
I can help train on Elluminate, facilitate presentations, and I'm happy to try to help out wherever else is needed.

Roey Hilliard
I can help train/facilitate elluminate usability, and presentations. Strong web 2.0 knowledge and social networking.

Jo Hart
Can help with: Elluminate, moderation, facilitation, interactivity - any Elluminate skills/tools; social network (esp Twitter); making global connections; finding the right tech/tool for the purpose; being a project "friend" blog at

Dave Cornelius
I can help with multimedia tool training/support particularly with Apple products. I build multimedia journalism programs for high schools and consult with middle schools. I am involved at the policy level for career and tech ed multimedia programs. I can also help provide direction on equipment requirements as well as social media applications.

Pady Suren
I can help train on Elluminate, web2.0 tools as well moderation, facilitations as needed. Familiar with strategies to enhance learning in online environments.
Am interested in Peace education and training, women's empowerment through education, girls education, closing the education gap in rural communities through innovative use of technology.

Kimberly Brown
I've planned and participated in many international collaborative projects. I can help with where to begin, which tools to use, how to communicate, how to find collaborators, where to get set up, how to integrate a project into your curriculum how to assess your students' work in the project, ideas for posting student work. I can also help with the use of Web 2.0 tools.

Valerie Becker
valerie AT
ditto Kimberly Brown (see above)
a girls school in Afghanistan, a community center in So Africa and schools across the USA
Glen Gatin
Skype and Twitter =ggatin
Second Life=Telmea Story
Webfitter, educator, program planner. Higher Ed, Vocational/Technical Ed,
ICT for Teachers - Moodle training - Education in virtual worlds - Second Life
I have a space in Second Life called Conviviality Corners. where I love to host meetings, classes, or social activities. Want a dance party?
Moodle for Teachers on IT4ALL
Mayte Esponda
Skype: mayte2012
Developer and Instructor of Collaborative Online Education Project Training for Teachers- (Colombia/USA)
Facilitator in the field of K12 collaborative online projects.
Managed hundreds of online educational projects, workshops, and conferences on topics of social importance including cultural exchange, climate change, poverty reduction, and art – involving hundreds of participants from over 25 countries (Fire and Ice project- Elluminate Inc)

Benjamin Stewart
Skype: benjamin.stewart1
EFL teacher educator, coordinator, & researcher