By Mark Benigni, Sheryll Petrosky
As faculties try to hook up with their scholars and guarantee that each scholar has an grownup mentor within the construction, the necessity for school-based mentoring courses couldn't be
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Open your eyes. Discussion questions: • What do you notice about your sheet of paper? • What was the first thing you did when you opened your eyes? Answer: Looked at your paper. • Did you look at other people’s paper? • Are they all the same? Why not? • Is there a right or wrong way? Answer: No, just different. • List the ways our school is different from ones you have previously attended. • Are differences bad? Good? 47 48 Celebrating Our Similarities • Cite some ways in which differences are good.
Answer: No, just different. • List the ways our school is different from ones you have previously attended. • Are differences bad? Good? 47 48 Celebrating Our Similarities • Cite some ways in which differences are good. • Cite some ways in which differences are bad. Closure questions: • Go around the circle and ask mentees to name one way in which we (individuals in this group) are similar. • How would this activity relate to diversity? • How do people demonstrate prejudice—whether racist, ethnic, religious, etc?
35 36 Self-Assessment Worksheet Here are two things I will do to improve or maintain my work. 1. 2. Any other comments, suggestions, or concerns? Get S-M-A-R-T By recording your goals and dreams on paper, you set in motion the process of becoming the person you most want to be. —Mark Victor Hansen Objective: To inform mentees of the importance of goal setting and to create a personal S-M-A-R-T goal. Materials needed: One copy of the “Goal-Setting” worksheet for each mentee, pencil, and mentee folder.