3 edition of A critical view of youth mentoring found in the catalog.
A critical view of youth mentoring
|Statement||Jean E. Rhodes, editor|
|Series||New directions for youth development -- no. 93|
|Contributions||Rhodes, Jean E|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||131|
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This Introduction to Mentoring was produced as a general guide for prospective mentors and mentees who are interested in engaging in professional developmental relationships. 5 MENTORING DEFINED A mentor is an individual with expertise who can help develop the career of a mentee. A mentor o en has two primary functions for the mentee. The lack of critical nuance that fails to consider the context of and obstacles for Black youth hyper-individualizes mentoring programs. As a result, Black youth are held solely responsible for ecological challenges and, as a result, issues such as poverty, gentrification, incarceration and violence are seen as constructs of Blackness rather.
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“Sustained by extensive theoretical and practice-based research, Critical Mentoring: A Practical Guide equips the reader with effective strategies to provide youth development programs with tools necessary for Critical Mentoring and Critical Consciousness.
While the foundations of oppression are deeply seated in contemporary society, Weiston Cited by: 3. Authors examine mentoring in the workplace, teacher-student interaction, and the mentoring potential of student advising programs.
They also take a critical look at the importance of youth-adult relationships and how a deeper understanding of these relationships can benefit youth : Jean E.
Rhodes. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Spring " Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: Introduction / Gil G. Noam --Editors' notes / Jean E. Rhodes, Gil G.
Noam --The rhetoric and reality of youth mentoring / Jean E. Rhodes, Jean B. Grossman, Jennifer Roffman --Testing a new model of mentoring / David L. DuBois [and others] --Why mentoring in the. Torie Weiston-Serdan Scholar.
Practitioner. Mentor. 01_ABOUT ME > 02_MY SPEAKING. 03_VIEW MY BOOK > - Present. Clinical Assistant Professor, Director. Claremont Graduate University: I oversee an M.A. degree in Community-Engaged Education and Social Change in the School of. The Youth Mentoring Action Network was founded in with the mission of leveraging the power of mentoring A critical view of youth mentoring book create a more equitable and just society for young people.
Founded by two veteran educators who understood the importance of making solid connections with young people, they recognized that young people were at their best when their.
This book introduces the concept of critical mentoring, presenting its theoretical and empirical foundations, and providing telling examples of what it looks like in practice, and what it can achieve.
At this juncture when the demographics of our schools and colleges are rapidly changing, critical mentoring provides mentors with a new and essential transformational practice that challenges.
Books shelved as mentoring: Mentoring What Every Leader Needs to Know by John C. Maxwell, Connecting: The Mentoring Relationships You Need to Succee.
Editorial Reviews "Critical Mentoring is a savory blend of theories, thoughtful concepts, and evidence. Perhaps its practical utility is the book’s most praiseworthy feature. Readers learn not only what this unique brand of mentoring is, but also how to more effectively develop and support youth, particularly those who are often pushed to the margins."Brand: Stylus Publishing.
With that being said this book just scratches at the surface of what is to be done in the field of mentoring. I was hoping for more concrete tools to use but this book is more a primer for integrating social justice and critical race theory concepts into mentoring programs/5.
User Review - Flag as inappropriate A review of the first two chapters of " Mentoring for Social Inclusion - a critical approach to nurturing a mentoring relationship" By Helen Colley Helen Colley allows the reader to review mentoring while being able to examine the new policy schemes in place.
These text looks beyond popular beliefs of mentoring, looking deeper into the social and emotional 4/5(1). Peer mentoring provides a structure to connect caring youth, who take the role of mentor, with other youth.
Most peer mentoring programs are school-based. Youth mentors are positive role models who develop relationships with and mentor younger students. Goals of peer mentoring are often oriented toward positive social skills and. The Mentoring Effect: Young People’s Perspectives on the Outcomes and Availability of Mentoring.
that every dollar invested in quality youth mentoring programs yields a $3 return in benefits to society at a minimum. Since the founding of MENTOR: The National Mentoring. OJJDP has posted a new blog discussing OJJDP's efforts to support youth mentoring programs during the COVID crisis.
The blog highlights examples of how OJJDP's mentoring partners and grantees, including MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership and OJJDP's National Mentoring Resource Center, are providing resources and tips to help mentoring programs nationwide continue.
Online mentoring, often referred to as electronic or e-mentoring, has grown in popularity as advances in social media and online communication over the last 20 years have given both young people and youth-serving organizations increasing ability to move the work of mentors into the virtual world.
"This book provides up-to-date review and synthesis of research and theory on the antecedents, correlates, and consequences of mentoring.
It also provides critical analyses of the literature and then reflection on the appraisals. Innovation Research & Training (IRT) Durham, NC While mentoring programs have shown positive impact on youth outcomes, leaders of youth mentoring programs urgently need to address two significant, but seldom discussed concerns: outcomes vary widely by mentoring program; and matches that end prematurely can do more harm than good to mentees.
The two burning questions [ ]. Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring™ Fourth Edition. MENTOR’s cornerstone publication, the Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring™, details research-informed and practitioner-approved Standards for creating and sustaining quality youth mentoring programs and consequently, impactful mentoring Fourth Edition, released in Septemberreflects the most up.
Critical Youth Work: Bridging Theory and Practice; The term cross-over youth is View Article. Evidence Brief Seven Considerations & Recommendations for Mentoring Programs Serving Black Youth.
Mentoring Youth Impacted by Opioid Use and Misuse. ‘Simon Western has a rare ability to add new dimensions to existing debates, and help us see matters from unusual angles. In this book he brings his critical perspective to bear with great acuity, focusing his attention on some key themes within the debates on coaching and mentoring.
Reviews 'This is a scholarly text, which traces the history of mentoring and unravels its mythology. At the same time it also critically probes in some depth the tough realities of what Colley calls 'mentor relationships', using illustrations from an empirical research project that she conducted on mentoring practice within a youth training programme.
The ABCs of School-Based Mentoring—This guide explores the nuances of building a program in a school setting.
Building Relationships: A Guide for New Mentors—This resource is writ-ten directly for mentors, providing them with 10 simple rules for being a successful mentor and quotes from actual volunteers and youth on whatFile Size: KB.Building Relationships: A Guide for New Mentors—This resource is writ-ten directly for mentors, providing them with 10 simple rules for being a successful mentor and quotes from actual volunteers and youth on what they have learned from the mentoring experience.
Sustainability Planning and Resource Development for Youth MentoringFile Size: KB.SKILLS FOR SUCCESSFUL MENTORING E ffective mentoring requires more than common sense. Research indicates that (your view of your strengths and limitations as well as the Critical Skills for Mentors In addition to the core mentoring skills described above, mentors use several specificFile Size: KB.