CREC: Capitol Region Education Council Public Catalog 
 
Class Details
Activity Name
TEAM Mentor Initial Support Training (2 and 1/2 -Day training)
Sub Title
No Cost to Attend
Session Type
Multiple Session
Year Code
2019-2020
Equivalent
No
Max # of Awards
13
Min # of Awards
13
Activity Code
241-20-913-215
Topic/Subject:  
913 CREC Resource Group
Subject Area
[School Leadership], [Teacher Training]
Target Audience
[Educators with a provisional CT endorsement]
Class Status
OPEN
Experience Level
Assessment Area

Other Notes

Please review your Protraxx Account and make sure your EIN # is entered. If you don't know your EIN #, you can find it on your teacher endorsement certificate.

Things to know -

·   Workshop registration does not include breakfast or lunch. Please feel free to bring your own food and beverage or visit the CREC Central Café (111 Charter Oak Ave.) which offers a variety of breakfast and lunch options with daily specials.

·   Bring a refillable water bottle and/or beverage.

·   Bring a laptop or other electronic device (some workshops require only laptop) for note taking and access to online resources.

·   Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of the workshop.

·   Sometimes workshop room temperatures can vary so we suggest you dress in layers.

·   Please check the CREC website or your local TV station for any delay/closing information.

Directions to CREC Facilities:  http://www.crec.org/about/directions.php

Award
COC
Description
This 2 and 1/2 day training for prospective mentors and cooperating teachers is available for individuals selected by the district ( or volunteered) to serve in one of these roles. Following the two in-person sessions, there will be an additional time for follow up offered either online or in person for more in-depth work on the modules or the process chosen by your districts. The training prepares participants to lead beginning teachers through the TEAM module process and a successful completion of the five mentoring modules. In addition, participants are prepared to support a student teacher while developing effective coaching strategies to assist both beginning and student teachers. Participants must attend all sessions. At the end of the training, participants qualify to work with either a new teacher or a student teacher. Participants must bring their own food/beverage.
Objectives
Participants will become trained mentors who will be able to:•Provide beginning teachers with the support they need to develop as effective educators;•Ease the beginning teacher’s transition into the teaching profession in order to retain effective teachers;•Develop teachers who are reflective practitioners, able to critically assess their practice against CT’s teaching standards, and are committed to continuous professional learning;•Cultivate an understanding of the professional responsibilities of an educator;•Foster collaborative learning communities for all educators; and•Provide excellent teachers the opportunity to develop as educational leaders.
Schedule(s):
DateStart TimeEnd TimeLocationAddressRoomInstructor
03/09/20208:30AM3:30PMCREC CENTRAL111 CHARTER OAK AVENUE HARTFORD, ConnecticutCouncil RoomCANDICE PRICE
03/10/20208:30AM3:30PMCREC CENTRAL111 CHARTER OAK AVENUE HARTFORD, ConnecticutCouncil RoomCANDICE PRICE
03/16/20208:30AM11:30AMCREC CENTRAL111 CHARTER OAK AVENUE HARTFORD, ConnecticutCouncil RoomCANDICE PRICE