Effectively mentoring new teachers NY310

This course is designed for those interested in becoming, or who are new to the role of mentor for a Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) in Science.


Summary

Are you new to the role of NQT mentor or simply wish to refresh your approach?

The “Effectively mentoring new teachers” course will help to develop strategies and approaches to mentor colleagues new to the profession, supporting them through their first year teaching and aiding their professional development through effective coaching.

Who is it for?

NQT Mentor (Science)

What topics will be covered?

Tackling topics such as:

  • role and responsibility
  • planning an induction
  • supportive observation & coaching
  • difficult conversations
  • evaluating impact

Who are the course leaders?

Tim Bradbury: Secondary chemistry professional development leader at the National STEM Centre. Former teacher of chemistry covering key stages 3-5, experienced head of science and assistant headteacher with responsibility for learning & teaching and health & safety.

Gill Gunnill: Secondary Biology professional development leader at the National Stem centre. Former teacher of biology at key stage 3-5. Experienced head of science and assistant headteacher.

This is a residential course, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course.

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