This text has been revised and updated to take account of the variety of contexts within the Lifelong Learning Sector. It provides a source of guidance, support and training materials for those involved with mentoring within the sector and presents current theory in an accessible way, illustrated with familiar and pertinent examples. The book shows how a system of mentoring can be successfully implemented, monitored and evaluated within a college or other lifelong learning organisation and explores what the experts and theorists have to say about mentoring, to see how well this fits with the reality of day-to-day experience.
How to be a good mentor and mentee
Mentoring skills 1
Mentoring skills 2
Coaching and feedback
Mentoring yourself: the reflective mentor
Effective mentor = effective teacher?
Mentoring schemes – institutional issues
"Extremely useful for new and established teachers" - Lecturer, Wiltshire College
A useful supportive book to assist student's understanding of the mentoring role and expectations for practice and professional life.
This is a really good and useful book for anyone looking to work with young people. I found this really useful and have recommended it to other collegues who work with young people. It give clear ideas about mentoring and is a nice read.
Miss Rebecca Easterby
Sport, travel, education & public services , Ystrad Mynach College