Relational Mentoring Quiz
Test your knowledge after you check out the slides on relational mentoring here:
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Which of the following best describes relational mentoring?
Mentoring where the focus is on winning at competitions in any sports or academic area
Mentoring your relatives, usually younger cousins, nephews/neices, or grandchildren
Mentoring where the focus is on completing projects and service activities in the community
Mentoring where the focus is on building relationships in a culturally informed way
Why is the relational approach to mentoring often effective?
It builds a competitive spirit against other mentoring groups, making mentees feel like they are the best
It allows all parties to share their stories and open up to one another
It forces mentees to share by removing them from the group if they don't comply
It takes the focus off problems in the mentees' lives and puts it on the project they are working on
True or False: In relational mentoring, the mentor is the one who always gives (time, advice, insight, skills), and the mentee is the one who always takes.
Where on the scale of interactions would talking about the work one does most likely fall?
According to the slides, which tools are most helpful for promoting a good mentoring relationship?
Written agreements with mentee(s) and accountability from a fellow mentor or friend
Time-outs and pushups when kids misbehave
Scheduling apps and frequent phone calls to make sure no one misses a meeting
Karaoke and dance to really help mentors and mentees come out of their shells
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