The Southeastern Wisconsin New Teacher Project (SEWNTP) is a collaborative network of 26 local school districts and Stritch's School of Education, in partnership with the New Teacher Center. We provide opportunity and access for beginning teachers, mentors, and districts to maximize teacher effectiveness to ensure student learning.
The Southeastern Wisconsin New
Teacher Project is a program supporting mentors and the new teachers with
whom they work. Cardinal Stritch University is in partnership with the New Teacher Center.
2013-2014 Event Registration is now open.
2013-2014 Consortium calendars
Cardinal Stritch and area school districts in
southeastern Wisconsin have joined together as a consortium to meet districts'
mentoring and new teacher induction needs. The consortium provides its members
with ongoing training and support to meet PI 34 requirements and collaboration
to share ideas, resources, and expenses.
SEWNTP consortium member, you will have access to:
induction program models
- Best practices in
mentoring and teaching
- Initial educator
standards-based support seminars
- Inter-district professional
development plan (PDP) reviewer team database & PI 34 guidance
- Customized district
- Mentor training
and mentoring/Coaching Certificate program (Open to non-consortium members)
- The SEWNTP
Wikispace Page- an online platform to foster dialogue, discussion,
and sharing of resources, across diverse districts, beyond the structured
time of our offerings.
School districts can join at any point
during the year at a prorated consortium fee. Members receive discounted
fees for graduate credit and training fees.
For more information or to join the
consortium, contact Jonathan Dunn at (414) 410-4432