Supporting Early Career Teachers through Mentoring: Learning from Current Research and Practice
Event on 12th June 2021
Please note that the recording for this event is now available here
Saturday 12th June 2020
10am to 12.30pm
Mentoring can be a vital source of development, learning and support for teachers, especially in the early stages of their careers. Its importance is illustrated by its role at the heart of the Department for Education’s Early Career Framework.
In this online workshop, we will share learning from recent research and practice focussed on mentoring early career teachers. Through presentations and discussion, we will consider how we can support teachers, mentors and schools to gain the most from mentoring.
We hope that all those involved in mentoring of early career teachers, including mentors, school leaders and early career teachers themselves, will join us to share their experiences and join the discussion.
This event is organised as a partnership between Sheffield Institute of Education, part of Sheffield Hallam University, and the International Professional Development Association’s England committee.
The event is chaired by Lynsey Hunter, of Sheffield Institute of Education, one of the leads of the Education Development Trust’s Early Career Framework delivery.
Teacher Development and Mentoring: Exciting Times!
Professor Sam Twiselton, Sheffield Institute of Education
Moving from early career support to professional cultures infused with coaching and mentoring: learning from CollectivED
Professor Rachel Lofthouse, Leeds Beckett University
Mentoring teaching and learning in STEM subjects
Dr Richard Pountney, Sheffield Institute of Education
Effective mentoring: Establishing the optimal climate for growth
Claire Garbutt, Learners First Schools Partnership
Organisational architectures for mentoring early career teachers
Dr Sarah Boodt and Professor Bronwen Maxwell, Sheffield Institute of Education
To participate, please sign up at the Eventbrite event at the link below...
REPN Mentoring Workshop June 2021 Flyer [File: REPN_Event_June2021.pdf]
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