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How to Set up a Teacher Mentoring System

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How to Set up a Teacher Mentoring System

Creating a Supportive Peer-to-Peer Mentoring System for Teachers

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How to Set up a Teacher Mentoring System

UPDATE: Now includes a Google Doc version for ease of sharing with your staff!

As the title states, this PDF eBook (and Google Doc version) shows you how to set up a teacher mentoring system in your school.

You will be taken through every step of setting up a mentoring system and creating a supportive peer-to-peer mentoring system for the teachers in your school. With the information in this guide, you could even set yourself up as a team leader to initiate a mentoring system in your school and surrounding schools!

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Why has this book been written and why should you buy it today?

At School-Kits, we recognise that teaching is one of the most important professions in society. Unfortunately, it is not one of the easiest. We all know that staff numbers are down in many countries and the staff-to-student ratio is not the best in most schools. Keeping good teachers in the profession is a task in itself.

This is where setting up a teacher mentoring system is important. When a teacher stands at the front of a class or begins a lesson, they are the sole mechanism by which all the students in that class are to learn. This alone can create a feeling of isolation and doubt in some teachers, especially new teachers fresh from teacher’s college.

Mentoring between teachers and staff increases teacher retention and enhances faculty cooperation and teamwork. It also helps to reduce the feelings of pressure and isolation when each teacher knows they have a set network to access for assistance. This is just one thing this book will teach you.

Everyone needs support. Not just during the trying times of the pandemic but coping in what is often an overloaded position. Good teachers become teachers because they love to teach and help the students in their care.

Feeling isolated and under pressure can lead to stress. Stress can lead to mistakes or something being overlooked. Everyone works better when they know they are not isolated or alone but part of a cohesive team with colleagues they can rely on and turn to if needed. This is where a good staff mentoring programme comes in.

Set up your Peer-to-Peer Mentoring System today!

Contents include:

  • Understanding Peer-to-Peer Mentoring
  • Welcoming and Helping New Teachers
  • Building Support Systems Between Old and New Teachers
  • Assisting Temporary and Special Needs Teachers
  • Evaluating the Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program
  • Maintaining and Improving the Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program
  • The Impact of Peer-to-Peer Mentoring on Teachers and Students
  • Implementing and Maintaining a Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program
  • Other Considerations for Successful Peer-to-Peer Mentoring and Networking
  • Tools
  • Guidelines for Mentors
  • Checklist for Mentors
  • Checklist for Mentees to Use
  • Template for Trainee or Mentee
  • Creating a Mentoring Environment and Network
  • Developing a “new teacher” Induction and Orientation Programme
  • How to Act as a Mentor
  • How to Work with Your Mentor
  • Team Building and Cooperation
  • Enhancing communication skills
  • Overcoming Problematic Classroom Situations

As you can see, you will have every base covered with this comprehensive guide. Get yours today and start setting up your mentoring system!

SPECIAL: Get our double pack today – The Complete Guide To Mentoring Between Teachers And Students [read more] – two for the price of one!



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