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Document Number: 3380

Principal Mentoring: An Update - Matching mentors with protégés, scheduling meetings around time constraints and ensuring that the program results in a productive learning experience for both members are just some of the challenges to providing a mentoring program. This research roundup describes effective mentorship programs and how to establish them includes the following: “A Step into the Principalship” (Gary Bloom & Marty Krovetz, January/February 2001); “The School Administrator Internship Handbook: Leading, Mentoring and Participating in the Internship Program” (Ronald Capasso & John Daresh, 2001); “Leaders Helping Leaders: A Practical Guide to Administrative Mentoring” (John Daresh, 2001); “Albuquerque Principals Have ESP” (Carl Weingarter, March 2001); “The Mentor’s Guide” (Lois Zachary, 2000); and “Getting Personal: New York City’s District Two Puts Priority on Principals” (Liz Willen, Winter 2001). (Research Roundup by Jay Malone, ERIC Digest, Winter 2002)...


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