High School Teen Mentoring Handbook

 
  • Description of Resource:

    This mentor handbook reviews key information and skills for mentors of high school students, including roles and responsibilities, the mentoring relationship life cycle, conversation and listening skills, supporting mentees’ self-esteem, addressing child safety concerns, and understanding mentees’ learning styles.

    Goals:

    To equip mentors with the skills to build strong mentoring relationships with high school students.

    Target Population/Eligibility of Target Sites:

    Mentors of high school students

    Corresponding Elements of Effective Practice:

    Training, Monitoring and Support

    Key Personnel:

    Mentors

    Additional Information:

    The High School Teen Mentoring Handbook is the result of a four year pilot program by Advanced Education and Technology in partnership with Big Brother Big Sister of Edmonton and Area, and supported by Alberta Education. This Handbook is to be used with the High School Teen Mentoring Activity Book and High School Teen Mentoring Bin Resources.

  • Resource Name:

    High School Teen Mentoring Handbook

    Publisher/Source:

    Government of Alberta, Advanced Education and Technology

    Author:

    Not specified

    Date of Publication:

    2010

    Resource Type:

    Mentor Guides and Handouts








  • Evaluation Methodology:

    Resource has not been evaluated for effectiveness

    Evaluation Outcomes:

    Resource has not been evaluated for effectiveness

    Evaluation Validity:

    Resource has not been evaluated for effectiveness












  • Accessing and Using this Resource:

    This resource can be accessed freely online on the Government of Alberta’s website: https://alis.alberta.ca/media/1599/mentorhandbook.pdf

















  • References:

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