Are you looking for ideas, advice and guidance to make you an effective Learning Mentor? This practical book is designed to help those new to the Learning Mentor role avoid common pitfalls, and to help those with more experience to develop their skills. Written by an expert practitioner, the book includes: - step-by-step advice on how to be a good Learning Mentor - guidance on working with school management teams, teachers and parents - advice on how to provide effective student support - case studies to illustrate best practice - suggested strategies for monitoring and evaluating interventions - templates to use and adapt - substantial electronic resource materials available from the SAGE website to use with the book. An inspiring read for all primary and secondary Learning Mentors and trainee Learning Mentors, this book is relevant to anyone involved with student support and pastoral care. Stephanie George is a teacher and manager of the Learning Support Unit at Plashet School, East London where she is responsible for the training of learning mentors.The class teacher raised concerns about the fact that this 10-year-old girl was finding it difficult to make friends. ... Sample Letter 2 invites the parent/carer into the school so that the Learning Mentor has the opportunity to discuss the referral ... Starting. to. Mentor. The Learning Mentor will need a private space to meet with the student, chairs for both student and ... paper, pen, sometimes colouring pencils, Post-it notes or small cards and a computer for use in the mentoring session or foranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Learning Mentor Manual|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 2010-01-21|