Mentoring adult learners

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Include Synonyms Include Dead terms. This book is designed to provide pragmatic guidance to those who assume responsibility for the mentor role so that they can function as more significant influences in their mentoring relationships with adult learners as students or employees. Intended audiences include the following: two- and four-year college faculty, counselors, administrators, staff at postsecondary educational institutions, professionals who manage intern training programs, and human resource development specialists in business and government. The introductory chapter considers the following: the value of mentoring relationships in adult development, the transactional process of learning, the issue of risk in the mentoring of adults, and the six interpersonal functions of the mentor role. Chapter 2 introduces a version of the Principles of the Adult Mentoring Scale PAMS ; the issue of mentor-mentee compatibility and the interpersonal application of the six core mentor behavioral functions are addressed. Chapters each focus on and discuss one of the six functions of the mentor role: relationship emphasis, to establish trust; information emphasis, to offer tailored advice; facilitative focus, to introduce alternatives; confrontive focus, to challenge; mentor model, to motivate; and mentee vision, to encourage initiative.

Mentoring Adult Learners: Implications for Cooperative Extension as a Learning Organization

Mentoring Adult Learners: Implications for Cooperative Extension as a Learning Organization

This blended professional development module consists of 9 online sessions and 3 two-hour in-person seminars held at school district. Each of the nine online sessions includes:. Search by keyword. COE Login. Module Structure This blended professional development module consists of 9 online sessions and 3 two-hour in-person seminars held at school district. Each of the nine online sessions includes: a self-directed, audio-narrated slideshow presentation an interactive discussion forum research-based articles and chapters for discussion an instructor webcam check-in personalized feedback on participants' progress Important Facts Up to 25 participants may enroll in the module 30 clock hours are available for full participation in the module partial clock hours available upon request Timing of module is flexible and can be modified to suit district's needs UW instructor will come to your district to provide in-person support Participants Say Podcast: Teacher leadership in special education.

Coaching and Mentoring Adult Learners

Abstract A comprehensive summary of the existing literature on mentoring of adult learners, in the context of the Cooperative Extension System as a learning organization, reveals that structured organizational mentoring is needed in Extension to prepare and develop individuals to be future leaders in the organization. Further inquiry is needed regarding Extension as a transformative learning organization, the role of mentees in Cooperative Extension as adult learners, training needed for veteran Extension agents to effectively serve as mentors, and orientation processes for new hires on making the most of the relationship with a mentor. Smith, Hoag, and Peel surmised that "all agents could benefit from knowledge about how experienced agents have become and continue to be successful and what is required from the environment around them to cultivate success" "Introduction," para. Placing new hires, without guidance, into positions and environments that may be unfamiliar and complex often leads to increased stress, poor working relationships, and reduced morale, productivity, and quality of work Godwin et al.
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