Share a story: retired teachers as mentors
A good mentor is highly committed to the task of helping less experienced teachers find success and gratification in their work. Mentoring provides a powerful opportunity to improve students’ learning outcomes through teachers learning with and from more experienced and perhaps retired teachers, thus making skills and experiences inter-generational.
Do you have a story to share from your school where you have successfully accessed the expertise of a retired teacher(s) to work with less experienced teachers to help with the teaching and learning of English and literacies across the curriculum? In 200 words or less, briefly share your story with PETAA. By email: [email protected] or in the comment field below