Mentorship for Teachers
Every learner is required to have the continuing support of an experienced and trusted colleague, who acts as their mentor.
This course will help you prepare for working with a mentor successfully in order to meet your needs and expectations.
A mentor takes on the role of a trusted adviser, supporter, teacher, and wise counsel, in order to help individuals develop and achieve their goals. Mentoring is most effective when focused clearly on the needs, goals and challenges of the mentee.
Unit One: The Basics of Mentorship
- Key Terms
- Why learning with and from a mentor is vital in the educational process
- What makes a good mentor
- How to build a relationship with the mentee
Unit Two: How to learn with and from a mentor
- Observation and feedback
- Learning with and from mentors
Unit Three: Mentorship Models
- Planning and preparing a mentoring program
- How can we develop our mentorship discussions? The Grow Model
- How can I provide constructive feedback?
- The mentor understands the correct concept of mentorship.
- The mentor acquires mentorship skills and strategies for applying them practically.
- The mentor practices various strategies for creating strong relationships with mentees.
- The mentor applies model lessons for guided learning sessions for maximum benefit.
- The mentor applies effective strategies for providing feedback for the purposes of improvement.