Saturday, December 21, 2013
Encourage Peer Interaction
One of the greatest indicators of how well people will get along together as adults is how well they interact as children. All Mentoring programs should include time periods where peer interaction is fostered and encouraged. A Classroom Mentor (CM) should strive for interactive audience participation that combines life skills training with school curriculum.
The best case scenario in Group Mentoring is to have Multiple Mentors in the group. In the classroom that will include the Teacher. A good Teacher will stay involved during the class. Teaching respect through interaction will help grow respect in children after they leave the classroom.
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