Process Mentoring Part I

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The responsibility for mentoring a new teacher is an important one. Beyond the specific content outline are intangibles that can be the difference in achieving success. Learn specific process elements of essential mentoring. Understanding our own biases, beliefs, attitudes, etc... is an important part of being a valued mentor. Just as we look inward to understand what influences us, so to will we ask the same of new teachers with their students.

Learning Objectives

  1. Define how becoming a mentor will challenge you as a professional.
  2. Explore the different expectations and needs you may be faced with.
  3. Develop new skills to help you navigate this new type of professional relationship.

About the Author

Jared Scherz, Ph.D., M.Ed., ACS

Jared Scherz, Ph.D., M.Ed., ACS

Dr. Scherz is a clinical psychologist, author, and educational consultant, working with educators for over twenty years. He earned his Master's in Education from Penn State University and went on to be an elementary school guidance counselor before earning his Ph.D.

As educators are more likely to invest their personal time, money, and energy into their work, support both inside the classroom is required.

My vision for TeacherCoach is to support the most important professionals on the planet in both your personal and professional lives. With healthy educators and a healthy school organization, students will thrive.

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