Material used in this workshop were developed by Caitlin McMunn Dooley, Ph.D., Nick Sauers, Ph.D. and Cassandra Matthews, with funding from the U.S. Department of Education’s Teacher Quality Partnership grant – http://www.mentormodules.com
Please complete all 3 sections. Each section of the MentorModules workshop will take approximately 3-5 hours including readings to complete
Some of the article you see listed may not be available due to copyright issues or require a cost. You do not need to do those. Each section has at least 2 or more active links for articles. Do not be concerned about the required reading note if the article isn't free or available. Again, You only need to read what is readily available and free.
The Lackawanna Mentoring Agreement does not require you to do classroom observation as a Mentor, however, the material in these modules can be a valuable resource to aid you in your role as a mentor.
The modules were designed to emphasize the importance of learning among ALL students. Therefore, in addition to demonstrating how to build the mentor relationship, the modules cover topics such as how to help new teachers engage English Learners and create lessons that are culturally responsive. The case studies show how mentors can help teachers get beyond stereotypes and surface-level observations and really look closely at children’s learning in data-driven ways. Links to the modules and questions are below.
Each of the three modules is made up of three lessons that contain a myriad of multimedia resources. Each lesson will take approximately 1 – 1 ½ hours to complete (not counting readings).
Each lesson will include:
Once all your Required Questions have been received you will be notified that you have completed the course and your name will be forwarded to the Mentoring Committee for consideration as a mentor.
If you have any question please contact the Teacher Center