An Administrator's Guide to Better Teacher Mentoring
By: William L. Fibkins (author)Hardback
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Parents, politicians, education reformers, and educators are in agreement that schools should help every child be an active and successful learner and responsible future citizen. Central to this outcome is a focus on how to train new teachers and retrain mid-career teachers. Mentoring is one of the foremost ways in which this can be accomplished. This book will help school administrators to understand the mentoring mission. To learn more, visit www.williamfibkins.com.
William L. Fibkins is an education consultant specializing in training administrators, teachers, and counselors.
1 The Pressing Need for Administrators to Take on a Mentoring Role 2 A Vision of the Competent Master Teacher 3 Characteristics of the Effective Mentor 4 How Administrators Can Assess Their Mentor Skills 5 Selecting and Training the Mentoring Team 6 The Mentoring Team in Action: Taking Steps Toward Building a Whole-School Mentoring Process 7 Making the Case for School-Based Mentoring Programs
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