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Welcome to Developing Mentoring Skills 2013

Page history last edited by Tamas Lorincz 8 years, 9 months ago

DEVELOPING YOUR MENTORING SKILLS VOLUME 2:

 

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Mentor Interaction

                       

Description

 

Mentoring is a 7 year-old community of practice of teacher educators worldwide. Over the years we We have offered workshops on different issues related to Mentoring, and this year we want to delve into a more personal aspect: developing one’s own mentoring skills. We will share, show,  and discuss the skills in webinars with our expert members.   Would you like to join us?

 

Objectives 

 

In the course of the 5 weeks, participants will work collaboratively to:

  • use various synchronous and asynchronous web tools to communicate with colleagues worldwide,
  • interact through edmodo, text chat, voice chat, and  others,
  • reflect on and define their mentoring skills through exchange with peers ,
  • discuss possibilities of applying the skills in their work communities.
  • enlarge our community of practice.  

 Weekly chats will be held:  to discuss content and pre-defined topics, build rapport,  and create a sense of community.

Our moderators for the 5-week session will be experienced  mentors  who have worked in a range of different contexts.

The content  for reflection as well as  the  outcomes of  discussions will be made available through a wiki, created during the five weeks, which will be kept online for future reference.

At the end of the session, participants will be invited to join the Mentoring TESOL Community of Practice.

 

Target audience

 

Teacher educators, Language Program Administrators, ESL/EFL teachers interested in  creating educational working atmospheres

 

Requirements:

 Having an e-mail account, familiarity with browsers, Internet access and navigation. Having a headset is advisable. Twitter fans will also have a chance to tweet.

 

Interest Section

We are grateful to Teacher Ed , EFLIS and NNEST who kindly sponsor us.

 


Readings

There will be weekly recommended readings for reflection and discussion. 

 


Communication Tools to be Used

 

Communication Media

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (2)

Laura Stoutenburg said

at 9:59 am on Feb 2, 2013

There's still time! If you are having difficulty accessing any aspects of the course, don't hesitate to ask one of the moderators for help.

Roseli Serra said

at 10:12 am on Feb 2, 2013

Hi Laura and everyone! I am trying to catch up to day after an exhaustive busy week. I am sorry! It won't happen again as things at works have already been calmed down.

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