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Ever wonder where professors are taught how to mentor their students? The little secret is that they aren’t. They just figure it out by trial and error. This book is the basis for a course in mentoring. With the materials in the book, the course is a breeze to teach (just walk into the classroom with no preparation!) and is useful for mentors at all levels. Best of all, you don’t have to know how to mentor to run this course—the course instructor often learns as much as the students!”—Jo Handelsman
Developed by HHMI Professor, Jo Handelsman, and her colleagues and co-founders of the Wisconsin Program for Scientific Teaching at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, this is a guide to teaching mentoring as a function of training new teachers. It explores ethnicity, expectations, gender and abilities. Practical lessons with measurable results. 141 pages.
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