Mentoring Toolkit: The Essential Guide for Mentors Working in any Setting

 49.95

Description

As one of the UK’s leading practitioners in mentoring and a popular trainer on the topic, Stephanie George shares her vast experience in this practical resource book for learning mentors, intervention workers, behaviour mentors and pastoral support teams. Whether used within a school, pupil or student referral unit, exclusion/inclusion unit or any other educational establishment the resources in this toolkit will ultimately help improve progress and attainment.

The Mentoring Toolkit includes a step-by-step guide to the process of mentoring and covers identification of students, resources for intervention, monitoring, assessment and evaluation.

Chapters:

  • Introduction
  • How to Use This Book
  • The Mentoring Process
  • Mentoring Policy, Protocols, Permissions and Agreements
  • Identification of Barriers to Progress and Learning
  • Question and Discussion Prompts Resources and Strategy Banks
  • Assessments and Reassessments
  • Action Plans, Target Setting, Monitoring and Review
  • Daily Evidence Records
  • Evaluation, Exit Resources and Feedback
  • References and Bibliography
  • Index of Forms

The invaluable content of this book includes:

  • Practical steps for intervention from start to finish
  • Flow charts to guide you through the process of intervention
  • A model learning mentor intervention policy
  • Identification of students – includes the process of identification and resources to help identify students who would benefit from mentoring
  • Thought boxes to help students identify barriers to progress and learning inside and outside the classroom, at home and with friends
  • Question and discussion prompts about relating to others and managing angry feelings, stress, pressure and anxiety, attendance, anti-bullying along with strategy banks of ideas for dealing with these issues
  • Intervention in action – includes resources for monitoring the intervention
  • Assessing and reassessing the impact of intervention through feedback from the student as well as subject teachers
  • A Student Monitoring and Review Workbook to be given to each student to track the activities undertaken and progress made – completed by both student and staff
  • Daily appointment record forms for staff and students
  • Termly review and feedback forms for staff and students

Additional information

Code:

LF-8095

Age Suitability:

Author(s):

Stephanie George