5 Steps to Become an Impactful School Leader By Dianne McKinley As school leaders, there are many things that are added to our plate in a school year. Some are delegated to us by district leaders while others are… Continue Reading…
November 4, 2020
Experienced educators use teacher mentoring programs to provide knowledge, support, advice, and reinforcement. More importantly, educational consulting can contribute in enhancing the work, skills, career, and professional development of teachers.
A mentor is an experienced and trustworthy person who takes a keen interest in helping an apprentice become successful. He/she is a teacher, adviser, friend, and role model rolled into one. An effective mentoring relationship involves mutual respect, trust, understanding, and empathy. Aside from technical expertise, mentors also share their wisdom and life experiences.