Educational Interpreter Mentoring Program: Mentee Application
© 2015 Jeanne Reis, Center for Research and Training at TLC
This project is sponsored by the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education Initiative Project, a program of Northeast Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, funded by the New Hampshire Department of Education (NHDOE). The NH Educational Interpreter Mentorship Pilot Program is developed and administered by The Center for Research and Training at The Learning Center for the Deaf.
This program will begin with the initial training on July 22 & 23 and end on Sept 10, 2017. During that time, you will be asked to meet with mentors and CRT coaches. The logistical aims are to: 1) schedule 3 - 4 sessions with each mentor you're working with, via video conference or in person, and 2) request consulting from and meet with CRT coaches as needed. What are your thoughts on this structure and the logistics? Are you able to schedule and attend a series of meetings as outlined above?
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By program design, your professional development interests and learning goals will be central in the mentoring process; they will guide the structure and path of your sessions. After identifying goals and interests, we will work together to select, design, and coordinate activities that are responsive to those goals. During mentorship sessions, you will be asked to call on your areas of expertise, and new skills learned in training and coaching sessions to engage thoughtfully with mentors. What are your thoughts on this mentoring model?
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A secondary goal of this pilot program is to provide information that NHDOE will use to determine the need for, and effectiveness of, mentorship with Educational Interpreters. To that end, CRT will be collecting data of various types, then summarizing the effort and findings in a final report that will be submitted to NDHHS and NHDOE. The report will not contain any information that can be used to identify mentors or mentees. Are you willing to collaborate with CRT to determine what types of data are appropriate to collect before, during and after mentorship; provide agreed-upon information; and report on your outcomes? What are your thoughts on this?
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