Module: The role of the mentor and the development of professional practices for the regulated teaching profession
Duration: 18 hours
Number of credits: 1 credit
A mentor is an experienced teacher who teaches and guides the student teacher in the process of learning to teach.
Mentoring is an activity that varies depending on the demands of the students, the opportunities that exist within a given school, the relationships between partners and how mentors work.
This training module focuses on the role and responsibilities of the school mentor by treating mentoring as an evolving concept and encouraging the process of understanding and experimenting with ideas about effective school mentoring.
Beneficiaries of the training
- Teachers of all subjects of primary and lower secondary education, upper secondary education: gymnasium, vocational education, oriented secondary school;
- Principals of educational institutions (primary, and/or lower secondary education, higher secondary education: gymnasium, vocational education, oriented secondary school);
- Specialists of local educational units.
At the end of this training, the participants will be able to:
- build complete knowledge about the mentoring process;
- form habits for leading interns in classroom work, learning processes and the role of the teacher;
- understand the problems faced by novice teachers;
- demonstrate the competent implementation of all curricular activities.