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Peer-Mentoring: Tales from the Front Lines and Strategies for Beyond

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Julie Marciel-Rozzi

on 27 November 2012

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Transcript of Peer-Mentoring: Tales from the Front Lines and Strategies for Beyond

Tales from the Front Lines and Strategies for Beyond What is Peer-Mentoring? Pairing experienced with novices Leveraging a valuable resource Tales from the
Front Lines

Meets a specific need for connection, for the "human touch"

Fills a gap in existing supports Decide what exactly mentoring will mean for your students Tutoring? A friendly ear? Career advice?
Sounding board? Clarity and attention to detail at
this point will save time and stress later Providing new students
with personalized support How ? To Train or Not to Train? Mentors that is... YES! Mentors are empathetic good communicators Empowering and encouraging Strategies
Now what? Benefits Students Mentors Program Challenges Communication Building interest

Faculty Support

Mentors Presented by Julie Marciel-Rozzi, MDE The Bad:
Dropout By Mentor The Good:
Students become Mentors Why Peer-Mentoring? Questions?
I love them! Context Some people are natural mentors... others are not. All can benefit from clear guidelines
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