Foundations of Mentoring June 18-20, 2013
Rock Hill, SC
This three-day foundational training focuses on the knowledge, skills, and understandings critical to those who work with pre-service and beginning teachers. It is guided by the belief that learning to teach is a career-long developmental process that involves a continuous cycle of planning, teaching, and reflecting. At the heart of this work is the mentor's ability to respond to each new teacher's individual developmental and contextual needs and to promote the ongoing examination of classroom practice.
This session will be presented by Lisa Hudson-Lucas, Mentoring and Induction Specialist, Winthrop University/CERRA and Faculty in Residence at Alma Elementary School and Melanie Westmoreland, Literacy Coach, Jefferson Elementary School, York 1 School District. This training begins at 8:30am and ends at 4:00pm each day.
Richard W. Riley College of Education
Withers/WTS Bldg room 401
For additional information please contact Lisa Hudson-Lucas firstname.lastname@example.org