How will you ensure your mentors are continuing to push their practice to the next level? San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) Teacher Effectiveness and Preparation Unit built Mentoring 2.0 as an online experience to help districts satisfy CTC program standards related to ongoing training for mentors.
Preliminary Credential Programs Standard 3 and Common Standard 3 calls for recent and ongoing training in various areas of coaching and classroom pedagogy for anyone supervising preservice teachers, intern teachers, and beginning teachers.
The content is ideal for mentors with prior mentoring experience, peer mentors, PAR mentors, or any educator in the role of supporting, teaching and learning.
About the Training
The training covers eight hours of content completed at your own pace over four weeks, completely online managed by a facilitator / instructor, and delivered in three distinct modules covering:
- Developing a coaching stance
- Multiple coaching supports
- Understanding and valuing adult learners
- Goal setting
- Managing difficult coaching situations
Each Mentor receives a badge of certification that is portable as evidence of having been trained, and any district participating will have access to their database of Mentors and their training dates (for accreditation purposes).
January 15th - May 24, 2024
- $50 per participant (paid by preparation program if your participation is required)
- Optional 3 units of university credit
- Purchase orders and credit cards are accepted
- Credit card payment links are sent after registering
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