Mentoring in education: Principles and practices
Half-day workshop | $150 + GST
About the workshop
Research evidence shows that mentoring in tertiary education produces benefits for teachers and learners. This three hour workshop, facilitated by Dr Lesley Petersen, is designed for people interested in mentoring in the tertiary education context. It provides a range of resources developed from significant research and an Ako Aotearoa regional hub-funded project.
The workshop will introduce the components of a mentoring model and elaborate on the preparation necessary to ensure mentors and mentees are prepared and able to get the full benefits from a mentoring relationship. The material includes a collection of models, tools and strategies to assist participants in understanding their roles in a mentoring programme.
A follow-up evaluation will survey participants to track what use participants have made or intend to make of the workshop content.
Who should attend?
- People involved in mentoring staff and developing practical mentoring skills to use in broader educational contexts.
About the facilitators
Lesley is a private consultant and director of Petersen Consulting in the Hawkes’ Bay. Lesley has participated in several Regional and National Ako Aotearoa funded projects.
These workshops are part of Ako Aotearoa’s Professional Development Programme – an initiative to bring high quality, evidence-based and affordable professional development to educators and managers across New Zealand’s diverse tertiary education sector.
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