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Building for Middle Level Success: Advisory and Advocacy Programs …

Building for Middle Level Success: Advisory and Advocacy Programs
How do we ensure that every student has an adult advocate who understands and guides his/her academic and social development? In this session, we will answer that question by examining how we build strong advisory and advocacy programs in our middle schools.
Presenter: Dru Tomlin - AMLE - Westerville, OH

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  • 1. PATHWAY Group Scavenger Hunt! 1. a. Go to lab 411. b. Sign on a computer and go to http://www.achievement.org/galleryachieve.html c. Click on “Find a Mentor”. d. Go through the choices and find two famous mentors! e. Write down their names on the “My Mentor” sheet and then open up their sites. f. Listen to their interviews, read about them, etc. g. Turn in your “My Mentors” sheet to Tomlin 2. a. Go to the cafeteria. b. Get ready to make “Mentor Praise” frames and posters for the basketball game! c. Make them! d. Turn in your frame and poster and get some pizza e. ! f. If we finish early, pick another type of game to play!
  • 2. Your name: _____________________________________________________________ My Mentors! Sign on a computer and go to http://www.achievement.org/galleryachieve.html Click on “Find a Mentor”. Go through the choices and find two famous mentors! Write down their names on the “My Mentor” sheet and then open up their sites. Listen to their interviews, read about them, etc. Turn this sheet in to Mr. Tomlin when you are done. My Mentor #1: ________________________________ 2 Interesting Facts about him/her: 1. __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ My Mentor #2: __________________________________ 2 Interesting Facts about him/her: 1. __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________
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