|Patty J. Horn||Northern Arizona University|
|Kristin Metler-Armijo||Northern Arizona University|
Foreword by Lois Brown Easton
|© 2011||400 pages||8.5" x 11"|
|Paperback||ISBN:||9781412976510||$40.95||Add to Cart|
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"These mentoring tools allow me to have a reflective dialogue with teachers about their instruction that is unbiased, nonthreatening, and data driven. I use the tools daily. As my teachers evolve and advance in their practice, so do the tools."
—Amber Mieras, District Mentor, Union Elementary School District, Tolleson, AZ
"Horn and Metler-Armijo have beautifully captured the reciprocal nature of the mentor and novice teacher relationship and the learning journey that occurs between them. If you are designing a mentor program or if you need to revitalize the program you have, this book will be your primary guide."
—Elle Allison, President, Renewal Coaching
All the processes, strategies, and tools a mentor needs to support and retain new teachers!
Studies show that mentoring programs have a positive impact on the development and retention of new teachers. This field-tested and evidence-based resource is a complete kit that provides everything mentors need to support novice teachers on their journey to becoming confident, effective professionals.
Toolkit for Mentor Practice combines a set of diagnostic tools that capture what is happening in a new teacher's classroom with a mentoring process that guides both mentor and mentee through transformational learning stages. The toolkit features:
This toolkit gives mentors all the forms and processes needed to guide new teachers as they develop and improve their instructional practice.