Mentor Coaching and Leadership in Early Care and Education / Edition 1 available in Paperback
This unique guidebook is designed for community college and university level students enrolled in administration and supervision courses and professionals in the field of education who are interested in planning, implementing and evaluating a successful Mentor/Coach-Protege program for an early care and education staff. The text is aligned to educational initiatives and "Good Start, Grow Smart", and includes such topics as leadership; communication; planning; learning and understanding one's behavior, values, and learning style; and accepting and working with change. A discussion of Emotional Intelligence, Creativity, and Personal/Professional Growth is also included to foster knowledge of how these important topics relate to successful leadership. The text includes many special features such as case studies, descriptions of real-life mentoring situations, and activities for mentor coaches and proteges to participate in.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
About the Author
Mary Nolan, Ed.D has her Educational Degree in Organizational Behavior is a consultant and trainer for the Mentor Group. She completed her Dissertation in Mentoring and it's effects in the Life and Career Paths of California Communty College Administrators. Ms. Nolan is also an active member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), ASTD, and the National Head Start Association.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2:Mentor-Coaching and Leadership Chapter 3: Mentor-Coaching and Change Chapter 4: Mentor-Coaching and Planning Chapter 5: Mentor-Coaching and Communication Chapter 6: Mentor-Coaching and Learning Chapter 7: Mentor-Coaching and Values Chapter 8: Mentor-Coaching and Diversity Chapter 9: Mentor-Coaching and Creativity Chapter 10: Mentor-Coaching and Literacy Chapter 11: Mentor-Coaching and Life/Career Choices Chapter 12: Mentor-Coaching and Evaluation