Mentorship Tracks

TRACK NAME

TRACK DESCRIPTION

Analyzing Data

For this assignment, the mentor and mentee will work together to advance the mentee’s capacity to analyze data to drive instruction and improve achievement outcomes for all students. This is an opportunity to learn about each other and develop consistent routines and systems together.

By the end of this assignment, the mentee will be able to independently analyze data to improve achievement outcomes for every student.

Classroom Management

At this step, the mentor and mentee will work together to improve the mentee’s capacity to create a strong culture of behaving in the classroom. Through assigned tasks designed by the Foqas Teacher Development Team, mentor and mentee will learn about each other and develop an effective classroom management plan together.

By the end of this assignment, the mentee will be able to independently plan and execute management lesson that ensure instructional time increases and achievement gains improve for every student in the classroom.

Intellectual Preparation

For this assignment, the mentor and mentee will work together to improve the mentee’s capacity to prepare intellectually. This is an opportunity to learn about each other and develop a lesson plan together.¬†The mentee will improve intellectual preparation in order to consistently deliver rigorous lessons, while the mentor builds capacity to develop the adult learner. The goal is for the mentee to independently develop¬† and execute high-quality lesson plans to ensure all students master appropriate grade-level goals.

Systems and Routines

For this assignment, the mentor and mentee will work together to advance the mentee’s capacity to create systems and routines to improve classroom culture. This is an opportunity to learn about each other and develop consistent routines and systems together.

By the end of this assignment, the mentee will effectively manage the classroom to ensure all students know and follow the expectations of the classroom community. The mentor will advance the mentee’s ability to successfully develop student autonomy, while the mentor builds capacity to develop the adult learner.