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Whitepaper: Mentoring Educators Helping Educators

by University of Central FloridaJan 01, 2008

Mentor programs in education are found at all levels of the American system from preschool to graduate studies. Mentors are active in many schools both within and across the boundaries of populations of the school culture, including students, student teachers, new and experienced teachers, new to the school building teachers, teaching assistants, new and experienced administrators, state education agencies, university faculty, and community members. An effective mentor creatively paints from a palette of skills that may be as unique as the personalities of the two persons paired in the mentor relationship.