If you are serving as a mentor teacher to a new teacher this school year, thank you! Mentoring is crucial for first-year teachers and I hope that you find it to be a positive and mutually beneficial experience.
If you are brand new to mentoring, you probably have a lot of questions! Even if you’re a veteran mentor, you may be looking for some new ideas!
I’ve written a number of blog posts for mentor teachers and I wanted to make sure they were all in one place so you can easily find helpful tips and ideas. I hope you find these helpful!
What does being a mentor teacher look like? We’ll look at an overview of a mentor’s role and responsibilities.
What should a strong mentor-mentee relationship look like, and how can you get there?
Let’s explore some major areas to focus on with the new teacher, such as observations and co-planning.
The first year of teaching can be amazing but also so hard! Grab some ideas for how to support first year teachers when they’re feeling the weight of the job.
How will mentoring work if we’re teaching virtually or via a hybrid plan? Grab some tips for mentoring from a distance!
Helpful Pinterest Boards
You may want to check out these Pinterest boards for more ideas and resources:
What questions about mentoring teachers have I not answered? Let me know in the comments!
If you need to save some time, I’ve got you covered on mentor teacher resources that are ready to print and go!
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