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The purpose of this module is to establish a framework for successful mentoring practices in order to enhance the teaching and learning process. The module addresses the importance of the Four Pillars as a framework for building successful mentor/mentee relationships. The framework pillars are identified as pedagogical competencies,relationship building, reflection, and administrative support. Each pillar is defined with research provided to support the importance of each as a foundational element of successful mentor/mentee relationships. Additionally the module provides reflection activities and additional resources for consideration and site-level implementation.
The learning module is intended for use by all educators.
Boiling Springs, NC
mentor relationships, beginning teachers, improve practice, mentor coach
Curriculum and Instruction | Education | Teacher Education and Professional Development
Hill, Tori; Nanney, Lori; Perry, Kimberly; and Whatley, Amanda Edwards, "Mentoring Relationships" (2016). Instructional Modules for Professional learning Responding to Opportunities and Valuing Educators (IMPROVE). Book 6.