Mentor Training (3307)

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Format/Date and Time
4 sessions

October 27
November 10
December 1 & 15

4:00-6:00 pm (ET)


Featuring Instructor
Mary Merrigan

Program Description

Mentoring is one of the most meaningful methods of professional development for mentees and mentors alike.   School districts that commit to supporting and developing new staff often have a thriving professional culture.  This 4-session course will address the following learning objectives: 

I. Understand the context of the Mentor/Mentee relationship

  • Adult learning & Development theory

  • Induction - Development  - Training

II. Explore: Who is the beginning teacher?

  • David Hunt’s Mode 

  • Assessing their needs 

III. Unpack: Who is the mentor?  

  • Roles

  • Characteristics

IV. Examine how Languagne & Communication impact the Mentor/Mentee relations   

  • Developing awareness of language shifts 

  • Mentoring vs Evaluating language 

  • Peer Coaching through active listening, paraphrasing & mediational questions

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Teachers21, 1 Wells Avenue, Suite 402, Newton, MA 02459 

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