A Learning Guide for Teacher Mentors

Mentoring provides a powerful opportunity to improve students’ learning outcomes through teachers learning with and from each other, making skills and experiences inter-generational.Mentoring enables teachers to reflect on their practice and to question what they do as they go about their teaching. As a means of collegial professional learning, mentoring requires careful planning and effective implementation, so that it becomes embedded into the culture of the school supported by design, not chance. This material will enable you to deepen your thinking about what an effective mentoring relationship entails.It is designed to be used not only for the Teacher Mentor Support Program aimed at supporting beginning teachers, but also as an accessible resource for use in schools to enhance mentoring for all staff members.

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