The Mentor Matching Program, staffed by experienced mentors and teacher-educators, provides participants with individualized virtual support, guidance and feedback on the development of a curricular unit and/or a professional project. This process can include an exploration of the fundamentals of curriculum design, the sharing of resources and pedagogies unique to Jewish studies, access to planning templates and more.
The entire process is flexible and sessions can be scheduled to meet the needs of each participant.
During an initial 30-minute introductory conversation, goals and parameters for the mentoring sessions would be established.
Eligible Participants include both novice and senior educators who want to grow professionally and/or need a thought partner or guidance on a particular professional project.
The program is run entirely online and the hour-long sessions can be scheduled over the course of the summer or spread over an academic year, coordinated according to mentor and participant availability.
The cost of mentor matching varies depending on the number of sessions scheduled.
Note: A 30-minute introductory conversation is in addition to the number of sessions listed below.
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You can also request a custom number of sessions.