A mentorship book filled with practical ideas and inspiration for teacher mentors and mentees
Many teachers think mentoring means checking a box, but its potential in education is far more inspiring. When done right, mentoring can uplift new teachers, invigorate aspiring leaders, enhance the skills of sitting leaders, and ultimately impact students now and for years to come.
Education mentorship experts Matthew X. Joseph and Suzy Brooks show how being a Modern Mentor is a mindset, not just a program
This Lead Forward Series book shares practical, timely stories and strategies for mentors, mentees, and those who lead mentorship programs. The authors answer questions such as:
How can I connect with my mentor or my mentee in a way that benefits us both?
How can a mentoring program convey an inspiring purpose, so teacher leaders want to join?
How can I encourage peer-to-peer mentoring at my school?
How can I grow as a leader through mentoring?
It's time to be a Modern Mentor
The book Modern Mentor: Reimagining Mentorship in Education brings you the stories and strategies you need to invigorate teacher leaders and impact students through mentorship.
Dr. Matthew X. Joseph has collected incredible insights on how best to support teaching and learning, and his work has led to nationally published articles and opportunities to speak at multiple state and national events. He has been a school and district leader in many capacities in public education over his twenty-five years in the field, with experiences such as being the director of digital learning and innovation, an elementary school principal, a classroom teacher, and a district professional development specialist. Matt currently serves as the director of curriculum, instruction, and assessment in Leicester Public Schools. He earned a master's degree in special education and administration and has his Ed.D. in educational leadership from Boston College. Matt holds licenses in teaching, school administration, and MA superintendent.
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