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OMAET Book Notes – Monitoring by Gordon Shea – Part 2: Is Mentoring for You?

The following are notes that I wrote as part of a class assignment for a class in Mentoring. Enjoy. Sharing Resources (p21) Work: I have the benefit of having been a classroom teacher before becoming the lab teacher, I had the benefit of working with technology before becoming a teacher. In the latter I wasn’t constrained to do things “the

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OMAET Book Notes – Monitoring by Gordon Shea – Part 1: Mentoring as an Art

The following notes that I wrote as part of a class assignment for a class in Mentoring. Enjoy. Have You Been Mentored? (p4) 1. “Aha” experience: Biblestudy leader, Greg, when I was 15-years-old, that moment affected the next 15-years of my life. His role, however, was as a “fleeting catalyst” in that it was more the moment that changed the

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OMAET Book Notes – Monitoring by Gordon Shea

Personal Mentoring Reflections: The following are notes that I wrote as part of a class assignment for a class in Mentoring. Enjoy. Pivotal times and the person(s) who played a part, hmmmm, I know that Shea said that one shouldn’t think about external events. Here’s a run-down on the cast of characters (as best as I can currently remember, and

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OMAET Book Notes – The Book of Learning and Forgetting by Frank Smith

Chapter 1: A Tale of Two Visions The following are notes that I wrote as part of a class assignment for a class in Mentoring. Enjoy. Preface: “The fact that making an effort is an inefficient way to learn—and an almost certain way to forget—comes as a surprise to many people. They have been taught that learning demands hard work,

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