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Mentoring b.v.raghunandan

  1. 1. Mentoring -the Sum Translating into a Mentor Faculty Development Programme, Alva’s College of Engineering & Management, January 21, 2015
  2. 2. Mentor • Difficult to define • Someone regarded as a guide whose opinion is accepted without questioning by another • Formal Mentor-Full Time Job • Teacher cum Mentor
  3. 3. A Brief History • Guru in Hinduism & Buddhism • Elder in Judaism • Apprentice in Guild • 1970s, HR Practices absorbed the term in the USA
  4. 4. Why Teacher should be a Mentor? • Students have an identification of their purpose in the college • Longer engagement of students • Better trained under a system • Teachers Responsibility as the builder of a generation, builder of a society, builder of a nation • Remuneration has nothing to do with being a mentor
  5. 5. Why Mentoring? • Critical Period (General Studies to Career Oriented Studies)- Academic Mentoring • Enhancing Confidence Levels • Development of All Round Personality • Resolving Childhood and Teen Aging • Bad Parenting • Better Value System • Physically Fit with a Strong Mind
  6. 6. Where to Begin? • A Group Programme for the Parents (suitably in the PTA) meeting • Calling the Parents, when necessary • Mentor the Parents, wherever needed • If many students suffer from unsuitable study atmosphere at home, prepare and send some brochures
  7. 7. Mentee’s Expectation • Academic Orientation • Positive Attitude in Life • Genuine Interest in Students’ Welfare • Inquisitive, Alert and a Quick Impulse • Work Commitment • Personal Integrity • Values-Based Life • Emotional Equanimity
  8. 8. Academic Orientation • Becoming Highly Knowledgeable • Spending sufficient number of hours on study • Awareness about the latest developments • Enhancing the Curiosity of the students • General Reading apart from Subject Books • Encouraging Interaction in the class room • Seminars, Symposium, Conferences, Fests • Membership of Professional Bodies
  9. 9. Personal Attitude • Exuding Energy • Positive Attitude • Courage in dealing with students • Punctuality and Time Sense • Not easily moved by psychological manipulation of students • Impartial in meting out punishment
  10. 10. Genuine Interest in Students Welfare • Guiding the students in improving attendance • Selectively monitoring the progress of the students • Lending them books from personal library • Tips to avoid stress at the time examination • Tips to maintain their physical fitness and a sound mind • Encouraging to participate in extra-curricular activities and helping them in maintaining balance with studies
  11. 11. Work Commitment • Punctuality or Early Arrival in the Institution • Maintenance of the department well • Showing keen interest in the development of infrastructure • Multi-Tasking • Establishment of manageable systems and practices • An all pervasive work culture • Least Absenteeism • Late Hours Working
  12. 12. Values-Based Life • Having principles • Personal integrity including financial integrity • Not oriented towards money- making • Not being a miser • Contributing to good and social work • Social Consciousness • Honesty and Truthfulness
  13. 13. Emotional Equanimity • Not affected by emotions like ordinary people • Ever growing maturity in dealing with problems • Pretending to be angry in unacceptable situations • Not shocked by violent atmosphere • Debating with a controlled voice
  14. 14. THANK YOU

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