Mentoring for All (e-book)

July 29, 2015 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

Mentoring for All is a an e-book created by the Ontario Min of Ed Teaching Policy and Standards Branch. As far as I can see, it is not available on the Ministry site (??), but you can read, download, and review supplementary materials at TeachOntario  (login required) or Mentoring Moments

From the TeachOntario site: 

“Foundational Elements of Mentorship

In our shared work supporting the New Teacher Induction Program (NTIP) across the province we are increasingly engaged with school boards providing a continuum of mentorship based on the authentic learning needs of the mentors they support.

Effective mentorship skills are highly transferable and include:

  • Building relational trust
  • Facilitating learning focused conversations
  • Providing meaningful and growth oriented feedback
  • Utilizing powerful mentoring designs

Our newest ebook illustrates this move away from an “initiative driven” and/or “role specific” approach to supporting mentors to what we characterize as mentoring for all.”

Additional mentoring ebooks may also be found on the Mentoring Moments site at

Check ’em out! Rowan

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