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Mentoring Design And Technology Teachers In The Secondary School by Suzanne Lawson
This collection offers an evidence-based approach to mentoring and supporting design and technology teachers and educators in the secondary school and provides tried and tested strategies to support this role. Contributors offer tasks and reflections to inspire and motivate mentors to get the best out of beginning teachers in the early stages of their career. Key topics explored include: • Helping new D&T teachers appreciate the fundamental nature of design and technology and how this informs both why it is taught and how it is taught. • Understanding yourself as a mentor - beliefs, values and attitudes, and how your experiences influence your approaches to teaching. • Observing design and technology teachers’ lessons and offering tools for observation and analysis. • Risk taking in the classroom: moving teachers forward from pedestrian to innovative practice. Filled with practical guidance on lesson planning, risk taking, and learning conversation, Mentoring Design and Technology Teachers in the Secondary School offers advice and guidance to support mentors in developing inspirational D&T teachers of the future. This essential guide is perfect for mentors of beginning teachers, whether trainee, newly qualified, or those who find themselves teaching the subject for the first time.
Mentorship Strategies In Teacher Education by Dikilitas, Kenan
Mentoring in teacher education has been a key issue in ensuring the healthy development of teacher learning. Variety in the actualization of mentoring can lead to the exposition of new qualities and the evolving roles that mentors might undertake. Mentorship Strategies in Teacher Education provides emerging research on international educational mentoring practices and their implementation in teacher education. While highlighting topics such as e-mentoring, preservice teachers, and teacher program evaluation, this publication explores the implementations and implications that inform the existing practices of teacher education mentoring. This book is a vital resource for researchers, educators, and practitioners seeking current research on the understanding and development of existing mentorship strategies in a variety of fields and disciplines.
Mentoring At Minority Serving Institutions Msis by Jeton McClinton
The primary thrust of the proposed volume is to provide information for higher education minority serving institutions (MSIs) and other institutions and individuals interested in providing and/or improving mentoring programs and services to a variety of target groups. The editors are interested in how mentorship can produce beneficial outcomes for the mentor that may be similar to or different from outcomes in other educational contexts. Thus, the purpose of this volume is to showcase, through case studies and other forms of empirical research, how successful mentoring programs and relationships at MSIs have been designed and implemented. Additionally, we will examine the various definitions and slight variations of the meaning of the construct of mentoring within the MSI context. It is our intent to share aspects of mentoring programs and relationships as well as their outcomes that have heretofore been underrepresented and underreported in the research literature.
How To Design And Run Your Own Mentoring Program by Mrs. Ann Rolfe
Mentoring serves communities and organisations around the world to achieve a very diverse range of aims, but regardless of its purpose, mentoring is a relationship for growth. This book focuses on mentoring within organisations, where benefits for individuals are magnified into strategic advantages for the institution. However, there is no such thing as a 'one-size-fits-all' mentoring program. Programs must be tailored to suit the individiual organisation, people and objectives. This book describes how to design and implement an effective mentoring program, providing tools, techniques and checklists that allow organisations to create a program that works.
The Complete Guide To Mentoring by Hilarie Owen
Mentoring is a powerful tool in the development of talent within any organization. Experienced colleagues develop the skills, capabilities and confidence of more junior staff, who will go on to contribute to, and drive the success of, the organization. The Complete Guide to Mentoring is your step-by-step guide to implementing a successful mentoring programme in your organization. Packed with high-profile interviews, case studies and questionnaires, it includes a wealth of practical advice on every aspect of the design, fulfilment and assessment of a mentoring scheme. Learn how to: set up an effective mentoring programme develop the knowledge and skills you and your team need to run a programme assess the time and cost implications evaluate the impact of your programme The Complete Guide to Mentoring is the essential toolkit for anyone who wants to create and run mentoring programmes, whether for a large or small organization, with confidence and success.
Learning To Mentor In Sports Coaching by Fiona C. Chambers
Learning to Mentor in Sports Coaching is an innovative, user-friendly, practical and theoretical guide for educating sports coaches as mentors. It is the first book to employ design thinking techniques to develop a new approach to mentor education in sports coaching. Providing theoretical grounding in mentoring conversations, design thinking and case study research, the book centres on a series of redesigned mentoring conversations between some of the world’s leading sports coaching experts, coach educators, mentors and mentees. It covers topics such as: supporting novice volunteer coaches’ learning the learning needs of novice volunteer coaches and novice professional coaches professional communities of learning in coaching the impact of coaching behaviours on learning environments autonomy-supportive learning environments coaching children, young people and adults Closing with a critique of the sports coach mentor as design thinker, Learning to Mentor in Sports Coaching is important reading for any upper-level student or researcher working in sports coaching, sports pedagogy or youth sport, and any coach looking to integrate sound mentoring theory into their professional practice.
Leading The Teacher Induction And Mentoring Program by Barry W. Sweeny
Use these step-by-step strategies to develop and implement a proven program that links to districtwide goals and results in highly qualified teachers and increased student achievement.
Designing Workplace Mentoring Programs by Tammy D. Allen
This book presents an evidence-based best practice approach to the design, development, and operation of formal mentoring programs within organizations. The book includes practical tools and resources that organizations can use, such as training exercises, sample employee development plans, and mentoring contracts. Case studies from organizations with successful mentoring programs help illustrate various principles and best practice strategies suggested in the book. A start-to-finish guide that can be used by management, employee development professionals, and formal mentoring program administrators is also included.
A facilitator's guide for presenting seminars for The BEST mentoring experience. Includes scripts, slides, activities, and resources.