Maximum Mentoring

Author: Gwen L. Rudney
Editor: Corwin Press
ISBN: 9780761946366
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This excellent resource features step-by-step guidance for one-on-one mentoring and supervision of student teachers.

Maximum Mentoring

Author: Francisco I. Victa
Editor: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1606476785
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Maximum Mentoring is a powerful guide to the subjects of mentors, protgs, and the key relationships that can help you make the most of your life. You will learn how important it is to have a dynamic mentor in your life. Whether you are a business owner, an athlete, a coach, a pastor, a politician, a mother or a father-this book will teach you the mentoring principles that can catapult you and those you lead to success. You will learn to become the protg every dynamic and influential mentor is looking for. If you are a mentor, you will gain the knowledge on how to take your coaching and leadership to the next level. Using a unique blend of stories, facts, and biblical narratives, Maximum Mentoring reveals the ten key mentoring principles for success in life. It will show you how to: .Plan your goals so that you attract the right mentor .Pursue the people who can help you the most .Overcome the challenges and fears that are holding you back from the right relationships .Take control of your life and disconnect from the people hindering you from success The legendary basketball coach, John Wooden, said, "Mentoring.is why you should get up everyday-to teach and be taught." Read this book and start your journey to Maximum Mentoring! Dr. Cisco Victa is a pastor, motivational speaker, author, and entrepreneur. Known for his message of faith and total-life empowerment, Cisco takes audiences by storm with his powerful, practical, and revelation-filled messages and seminars. He earned his doctorate in theology from Life Christian University in Tampa, Florida and pastors Calvary Christian Center East in New Hampshire. Cisco lives in New Hampshire with his wife, Kati, and five children, Rhema, Faith, Francisco IV, Malacai, and Gloria-Grace.

A Guide To Youth Mentoring

Author: Pat Dolan
Editor: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 1849051488
File Size: 63,28 MB
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Covers the objectives and benefits of youth mentoring, how it works and how to mentor successfully in both community and school settings, in a book that also includes practical models and strategies. Original.

Mentoring

Author: Biddy Fisher
Editor: Library Assn Pub Limited
ISBN:
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Mentoring is usually understood to mean the sharing of wisdom and provision of advice to younger professionals by a senior figure. This guide explores the specific skills required for a successful mentoring relationship, and features an outline of models of good practice.

The Career Compass

Author: Hayley a Norman
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ISBN: 9780997769500
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We are confident that The Career Compass will become your go-to guide to everything mentoring.

Bibliographic Guide To Education 2003

Author: GK Hall
Editor: G. K. Hall
ISBN: 9780783805016
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The "Bibliographic Guide to Education" lists recent publications cataloged during the past year by Teachers College, Columbia University, supplemented by publications in the field of education cataloged by The Research Libraries of The New York Public Library, selected on the basis of subject headings. Non-book materials, including theses, are included in this "Guide," with the exception of serials. All aspects and levels of education are represented in this "Guide," including such areas as: American elementary and secondary education, higher and adult education, early childhood education, history and philosophy of education, applied pedagogy, international and comparative education, educational administration, education of the culturally disadvantaged and physically handicapped, nursing education and education of minorities and women. Also well covered are the administrative reports of departments of education for various countries and for U.S. states and large cities. The Teachers College collection covers over 200 distinct educational systems. Works in all languages are included. The" Bibliographic Guide to Education" serves in part as an annual supplement to the "Dictionary Catalog of the Teachers College Library, Columbia University" (G.K. Hall & Co., 1970) and Supplements ("First Supplement," 1971; "Second Supplement," 1973; "Third Supplement," 1977).

The Effects Of An Ethnic Based Mentoring Model On College Adjustment Grade Point Average And Retention Among First Year African American College Students Attending A Predominately White Institution

Author: Emanuel Nathan Thomas
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Intelligent Mentoring

Author: Audrey J. Murrell
Editor: Pearson Education
ISBN: 0137009496
File Size: 78,58 MB
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How to Use Mentoring to Drive Maximum Competitive Advantage Techniques and lessons from IBM’s world-class mentoring programs—for every business and HR leader, strategist, Chief Learning Officer, consultant, trainer, and scholar For today’s enterprises, few challenges are as daunting as preparing tomorrow’s leaders. Mentoring is one of the most powerful tools at their disposal. But not all mentoring programs are equally effective, and not all companies have learned how to sustain mentoring. One company has: IBM. Intelligent Mentoring reveals how IBM has done it–and offers specific guidance and best practices you can use to achieve equally powerful results. Intelligent Mentoring shows how IBM has fully integrated a diverse portfolio of formal mentoring initiatives into both talent development and innovation promotion. Whether you’re a business leader, strategist, Chief Learning Officer, training specialist, coach, or consultant, this book presents a state-of-the-art framework for making mentoring work. Drawing on IBM’s experience, the authors demonstrate how to build a diverse portfolio of effective mentoring programs...use mentoring to strengthen organizational intelligence...build sustainable communities of mentors and mentees...promote collaboration across differences... and above all, link mentoring to strategy and use it to sustain competitive advantage. • Use mentoring to develop tomorrow’s world-class business leaders Actionable solutions and best practices from IBM’s breakthrough mentoring program • Embrace mentoring as a high-performance work practice Maximizing, capturing, and communicating the value-added impact of mentoring • Set the right goals for mentoring: then achieve them Utilize mentoring to strengthen organizational learning, improve retention, promote innovation, and more • Use mentoring to solve your organization’s most “wicked” problems How mentoring can help you respond to complex, tangled challenges you’ve never faced before

Maximum Success With Linkedin Dominate Your Market Build A Global Brand And Create The Career Of Your Dreams

Author: Dan Sherman
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071812334
File Size: 44,32 MB
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Leverage the power of the world's largest professional network for all your business purposes Maximum Success with LinkedIn revolutionizes the way busy professionals use LinkedIn. It isn’t just about professional networking and job-seeking; it’s a step-by-step guide to answering any professional challenge by harnessing the potential of LinkedIn. It explains how to use LinkedIn to: Find customers, partners, investors, or advisors Hire qualified employees Build a personal brand to draw customers and recruiters Attract opportunities for more work, media exposure, lucrative partnerships Increase your network with thousands of contacts with one simple technique Find and land the perfect job Develop business relationships The book includes access to online resources for regular updates. Dan Sherman is a full-time LinkedIn consultant, trainer, and speaker, who works with companies and individuals to help them maximize the potential of the world’s largest professional network. He has more than twenty years of corporate marketing management experience at successful firms, ranging from Silicon Valley Internet startups to Fortune 500 companies.

The Lawyer S Guide To Mentoring

Author: Ida O. Abbott
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Microsoft Exchange 2000 Conferencing Server And Sharepoint Portal Server 2001

Author: Rand Morimoto
Editor: Sams Publishing
ISBN:
File Size: 40,54 MB
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The authors deliver vital information, ensuring interoperability between messaging components for enterprise networks. Built from real world implementations and best practices, this book covers preparing, planning, prototype testing, and implementation of the three products for small, medium, and large organizations.

The Mentoring Pocketbook

Author: Geof Alred
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ISBN: 9781579220068
File Size: 78,42 MB
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How to prepare to be a mentor, to conduct mentoring sessions, and to maintain the relationship through the different stages. Primarily aimed at the mentor, although helpful to mentees as well.

New Teacher Mentoring

Author: Ellen Moir
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ISBN: 9781934742365
File Size: 70,88 MB
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New Teacher Mentoring shows how teacher mentoring programs are capable of meeting higher achievement goals in schools. This book is the answer for urban schools with underqualified teachers struggling to handle diverse student bodies.

Teacher Education

Author: Anthony Selkirk
Editor: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
ISBN:
File Size: 76,58 MB
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This book evaluates teacher professional development programs. These programs are evaluated in terms of participants' classroom teaching behaviour, as assessed by their school students' perceptions of their classroom learning environments. Teacher candidates' perceptions of teachers was examined as well. Additionally, this book explores the preparation, roles, and responsibilities of teacher educators. Several studies demonstrated a high prevalence of voice disorders in teachers, together with the personal, professional, and economical consequences of the problem. Prevention programs to reduce the risk for vocal disorders are evaluated. This book discusses a program that combines clinical placement in urban schools with academic course work. Three elements of the program are examined to demonstrate their influence on the learning of candidates. In addition, pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) of in-service teachers is an important issue for current teacher education in Taiwan. This book describes the related literature to this issue, followed by addressing the models and merits of peer coaching. Attention is given to the problem of HPS (knowledge of history and philosophy of science)in physics teachers education, by designing and discussing a model of intervention aimed at deepening and widening the teachers' disciplinary knowledge and developing an adequate knowledge of Nature of Science (NOS). Teachers who adopt stereotypical images of scientists and their activity are likely to induce negative attitudes towards science and scientists to students. This trend was examined by determining the extent to which Greek teachers adopt a stereotypical model of the scientist and the types of activities they consider to be scientific. In this book, science anxiety, self-efficacy, and self-concept of undergraduate biology students is addressed. Gender differences in these patterns of motivation variables were looked at as well. A course structure framework likely to serve as a tool for the development of training programs and future research studies in the area of prison teacher education is also proposed. Furthermore, prospective "STEM" teachers' motivations are looked at, for undertaking a teaching career and their perceptions of the teaching profession. The ways in which a learning-oriented teaching assessment framework is used to provide the basis for developing teachers into self-regulated learners is examined. Furthermore, the Domain-Specific Teacher Self-Efficacy Scale is addressed, which assesses six domains of teacher self-efficacy. Finally, the role that personal epistemologies play in teacher education, particularly with respect to the potential problems and roadblocks they may present, are evaluated.

Mentoring

Author: Cynthia L. Sipe
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ISBN:
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Senior Female Faculty And Mentoring Practices

Author: Stephanie G. Riegle
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The Role Of Mentoring In The Professional Development And Career Satisfaction Of Dental Hygiene Education Administrators In The United States

Author: Wanda Gail Barnes
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Amachi

Author: Linda Z. Jucovy
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File Size: 60,90 MB
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Washington State Register

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... contains the full text of proposed, emergency, and permanently adopted rules of state agencies, executive orders of the governor, notices of public meetings of state agencies, rules of the state supreme court, summaries of attorney general opinions, and juvenile disposition standards ...