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Teachers as Mentors: Assisting others on their journey of growth

Author: Steve Hardy
Date: February 24th, 2012
Key Words: Mentors, learning to learn, discipleship, orientation, relationships, listening, learning community

This was the fifth of five presentations given in January 2012 at SETECA in Guatemala to a consortium of their doctoral students. In order to help students learn to learn as well as learn to put their learning into practice, they need relationships with mentors who listen, encourage and walk with them.  The process begins before students come and continues well beyond their graduation.  Teachers need help to become great mentors.


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