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The School Mentor Handbook

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The School Mentor Handbook: Essential Skills and Strategies for Working with Student Teachers View larger image By: Burn, Katherine and Hagger, Hazel and McIntyre, Donald. The school mentor handbook: essential skills and strategies for working with student teachers.

As a high school mentor in this initiative, you have two objectives to focus on with your mentee during your mentoring sessions: 1. foster a love of reading in your mentee 2. inform your mentee about post-secondary schooling and career planning.

This Mentoring Handbook and the Mentoring Activity Book will provide you with many ideas and. Mentor Networking will also be offered September 3, October 1, December 3, January 7, March 4, and April 1 at p.m.

(registration via Workshop). Training will also be provided virtually each month. ¨ Record Mentor-New Teacher Conversations The Mentor Handbook is designed to document reflective questions, conversations, and experiences.

This mentor handbook reviews key information and skills for mentors of high school students, including roles and responsibilities, the mentoring relationship life cycle, conversation and listening skills, supporting mentees’ self-esteem, addressing child safety. The Program Handbook: Mentoring Beginning Teachers is intended to assist classroom teachers, school administrators, school districts and locals in the development and implementation of a mentoring program for beginning teachers.

The mentoring of beginning teachers is a critical component of the induction of new teachers into the profession. Mentor Program will set up an e-introduction with both mentor and mentee. Offering ongoing assistance Throughout the mentoring process, the Virtual Mentor Program is always available as a resource for questions or concerns.

Occasionally, situations arise in which mentors or mentees are mismatched due to conflicting expectations or personalities. Mentor Public Schools is located in Mentor, OH. New: Please view the video update from Superintendent Bill Porter, which includes the announcement that Mentor Schools will continue into the second quarter in the hybrid in-person learning model.

MENTOR HANDBOOK CLASS OF The mission of tnAchieves is to increase higher education opportunities for Tennessee high school students by providing last-dollar scholarships with mentor guidance.

WELCOME Dear tnAchieves Mentor, Thank you for your commitment to the thousands of students across our state, but particularly to those you will serve.

Description of Resource: The Peer Mentoring Handbook, developed by the Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern Pennsylvania, gives the year old mentor an overview of what to expect when serving as a peer mentor to a younger student or Handbook also includes recommended practices for establishing and maintaining a quality, high impact peer mentoring relationship.

Denver Public Schools – 7 Mentor Handbook Mentor Stipend Rates and Deadlines Mentors earn a stipend at the end of each semester after both the mentor and mentee have replied to the email asking to confirm semester completion (at least 20 hours of mentoring).

Mentoring Handbook Adopted Octo Pettis County R-XII School Depot Rd. Sedalia, MO Mrs. Susan McNeal, Principal Developed by the Professional Development Committee Professional Development for Educators, by Educators. Much of the content in this Handbook was taken from the peer mentor handbook developed by Kurt Earnest, Doug Gruenewald, and Mimi Benjamin at Iowa State University.

We thank them for allowing us to use their excellent materials. 3 and the schools and colleges. The idea was that students with similar academic and co-curricular.

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This thoroughly updated Second Edition of the Handbook of Youth Mentoring presents the only comprehensive synthesis of current theory, research, and practice in the field of youth s David L. DuBois and Michael J. Karcher gather leading experts in the field to offer critical and informative analyses of the full spectrum of topics that are essential to advancing our understanding.

This thoroughly updated Second Edition of the Handbook of Youth Mentoring presents the only comprehensive synthesis of current theory, research, and practice in the field of youth mentoring. Editors David L. DuBois and Michael J. Karcher gather leading experts in the field to offer critical and informative analyses of the full spectrum of topics that are essential to advancing our.

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Mentoring is a consultative process and involves collaboration and sharing between two or more individuals. The program matches new teachers with experienced mentor teachers from their own school or another school within the board.

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The mentoring continuum stretches from informal teacher-buddy relationships (mentor offers moral and emotional. ACP Mentoring Handbook 6 STARTING YOUR MENTORSHIP Once you are introduced to your Mentor/Protégé, you should contact each other right away. We recommend setting a date for your first in-person meeting, videoconference, or phone call as soon as possible.

You should also discuss your preferred method of communication and general availability. The International Mentoring Group presents their list of TOP 10 books on mentoring and coaching available on the Amazon. The selection consists of only top-rated products (rated between 4★ and 5★) and includes the New York Times and Wall Street best-selling authors such as Darren Hardy, Sean Whalen, and Michael Bungay Stanier.

MENTOR PROGRAM HANDBOOK The mission of the USD Mentor Program is to offer professional support and continuous assistance to teachers new to the profession or the district provided by selected, experienced teachers.

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A mentor is not an instructor and the mentee is not a student; they are both colleagues. Mentors know a great deal about teaching and learning, students, parents and the school, which often leads to a kind of practical wisdom that can’t be printed in a book – this knowledge and know-how is.

The Quickwrite Handbook: Mentor Texts to Jumpstart Your Students' Thinking and Writing by Linda Rief is absolutely amazing. This will be my 21st year teaching 9th and 10th grade English, and this is one of the best, most user-friendly books I have ever purchased in terms of helping advance my students' writing skills, while also introducing them to new s: Mentoring Handbook 3 Guidelines for Secondary School Peer Mentors for Mentees in Primary School ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This handbook is a product of a research initiative.

Share date of administrative observations and lesson plans with mentor prior to the scheduled observation. Keep a log of new teacher/mentor journals including questions, concerns and place in a secure location.

This will help to guide your discussions. Complete the given pre- conference form when being observed by your mentor. Small group mentoring, either in person or online (e.g. Skype) 4. Giving a presentation to share your student experiences with new students. As a mentor you can decide the way in which you want to work, or finding out what works best for the students you are mentoring.

The next sections describe how to use your mentoring stills in the above. MENTOR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Though the role and responsibilities of mentors will vary somewhat from school to school, district to district, or state to state, the conventional beliefs about mentoring roles and responsibilities are as follows: A MENTOR IS./ A teacher./ A friend./ A guide./ A coach./ A role model A MENTOR IS NOT.

Mentor and students can both influence the structure and discussions for the group. See Strategies for Success document in this handbook for ideas for acvies an d discussion topics We host Mentor Forums twice a year to offer mentor support and networking.

Look for informaon. Mentoring Handbook and Mentoring Minimum Responsibilities Checklist. Perform a mock formal observation cycle, as defined in the OEA Bargaining Agreement, once each semester for a 60‐minute period in the mentee’s classroom/worksite.

The sole purpose of this activity is to provide feedback to. Handbook How to gain the most from working with a mentor. 2 Section Page Introduction 3 Benefits 3 Choosing your mentor 4 First conversation 5 Agreeing a contract 5 Goals and objectives 6 Setting the agenda 6 Expectations and goals 6 Duration and frequency 7 Where to meet?.Mentoring is a compulsory teaching requirement.

This volume provides a practical and up-to-date mentoring guide for all practising mentors working in schools at primary and secondary levels, as well as those responsible for initial teacher training.• Mentor-student matches receive ongoing match support and problem-solving (“case management”) by the Site Coordinator to ensure the success of match relationships.

Stipends for mentor trainings after school hours are offered to eligible SFUSD employees. Mentor-student visits off campus or after hours/weekends is not a program expectation.*.