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Week 2 Webinar
Helen Wriglesworth, David Darwent and Richard Pountney
Wednesday 25th January 2017 19.00-20.00
Course Team
Course objectives
Having completed the course you will be able to:
• Identify the mentor standards and understand their re...
Curriculum
• Week 1 Introduction and induction:
• Week 2 Modelling & Developing Professional
Relationships: Mentor standar...
E-tivities
To achieve the week Badge:
• Webinar task: Helen's cat's name is ...
• Discussion Forum: describe a critical in...
Mentor Standard 1: Personal Qualities
• be approachable, make time for the trainee, and
prioritise meetings and discussion...
Being Approachable, making time for your mentee,
and prioritising meetings and discussions
• Be positive, open and confide...
Top tip for establishing trusting relationships
between mentor and mentee?
Using a range of effective interpersonal skills to
respond to the needs of the mentee
Kolb’s Learning Style
Inventory
Trai...
Offering support with integrity, honesty and
respect.
Be open to the challenges and pressures
of mentoring but the mutual ...
Using appropriate challenge to encourage the
mentee to reflect on their practice
Use support to develop skills of self-eva...
Supporting the improvement of a mentee’s
teaching by modelling exemplary practice in
planning, teaching and assessment.
• ...
What next?
• Week 3 led by Adrian Fearn: Developing
Mentees' Professionalism (workbook released
at the weekend)
• if and w...
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Presentation for Week 2 Webinar 25th January 2017: Modelling & Developing Professional Relationships, led by Helen Wriglesworth, with David Darwent and Richard Pountney

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  1. 1. Week 2 Webinar Helen Wriglesworth, David Darwent and Richard Pountney Wednesday 25th January 2017 19.00-20.00
  2. 2. Course Team
  3. 3. Course objectives Having completed the course you will be able to: • Identify the mentor standards and understand their relevance and application to mentoring practice. • Understand the set of knowledge and skills that constitute competence in mentoring and how these can be developed. • Reflect critically on your own mentoring practice and understand how to identify gaps and weaknesses in your current practice and that of others and to use this knowledge to improve mentoring practice. • Participate effectively in professional communities of mentors in order to share individual professional practice and to draw from the practice of others.
  4. 4. Curriculum • Week 1 Introduction and induction: • Week 2 Modelling & Developing Professional Relationships: Mentor standard 1 – Personal Qualities • Week 3 Developing Mentees’ Professionalism: Mentor standard 3 - Professionalism • Week 4 Supporting & Guiding Mentees: Mentor standard 2 – Teaching • Week 5 Mentors, Mentees and Professional Development: Mentor standard 4 - Self-development and working in partnership
  5. 5. E-tivities To achieve the week Badge: • Webinar task: Helen's cat's name is ... • Discussion Forum: describe a critical incident for a mentee and how you were able to guide him/her towards constructive learning points • Top Tips: post your top tip onto the Padlet board • Answer Garden: What kind of examples have the most impact on mentees? • Tweet Chat (optional): #mentorshooc2 Thursday 7-8pm • Reflective Task: self-evaluate your mentor skills and action plan
  6. 6. Mentor Standard 1: Personal Qualities • be approachable, make time for the trainee, and prioritise meetings and discussions with them; • use a range of effective interpersonal skills to respond to the needs of the trainee; • offer support with integrity, honesty and respect; • use appropriate challenge to encourage the trainee to reflect on their practice; and • support the improvement of a trainee’s teaching by modelling exemplary practice in planning, teaching and assessment.
  7. 7. Being Approachable, making time for your mentee, and prioritising meetings and discussions • Be positive, open and confident • Pre-plan weekly meetings • Take a vested interest in your mentee Top Tips • Keep a record of meetings • Lead by example What is your top tip?
  8. 8. Top tip for establishing trusting relationships between mentor and mentee?
  9. 9. Using a range of effective interpersonal skills to respond to the needs of the mentee Kolb’s Learning Style Inventory Traits of a successful mentor • Treat every mentee as an individual • Address individual learning needs • Be aware of how personality traits impact on mentee relationships Emotional Intelligence •
  10. 10. Offering support with integrity, honesty and respect. Be open to the challenges and pressures of mentoring but the mutual benefits Integrity Honesty Respect Model Issues Stage of development Moral purpose Development Learning style Fairness Progress Time needed Collaboration Own experiences Challenges Sincerity Support required Feelings
  11. 11. Using appropriate challenge to encourage the mentee to reflect on their practice Use support to develop skills of self-evaluation and reflection • Open questioning • Focussed meetings • Track progress • Praise and acknowledgement Gibbs’ Reflective Practice Model
  12. 12. Supporting the improvement of a mentee’s teaching by modelling exemplary practice in planning, teaching and assessment. • Good role model • Accept the challenges • Address mentees learning style • Involvement of colleagues • Lesson study (and IRIS)
  13. 13. What next? • Week 3 led by Adrian Fearn: Developing Mentees' Professionalism (workbook released at the weekend) • if and when you are ready to submit week 1 and week 2 workbooks see guidance and/or email mentorshooc@shu.ac.uk • Any questions?
  • RianneCtenVeen

    Mar. 11, 2017

Presentation for Week 2 Webinar 25th January 2017: Modelling & Developing Professional Relationships, led by Helen Wriglesworth, with David Darwent and Richard Pountney

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