In this collection of short videos, Michael Green, dean of culture and instruction at Summit Preparatory Charter High School, shares his views on mentoring, educating the whole child, and embracing failure.
Stories and strategies shared by Summit Learning teachers, in grades 4-12, across the country.
A veteran teacher shares how integrating mentoring into her role as teacher has strengthened her practice and empowered students to achieve like never before.
The beauty of mentoring is that it can be adapted to any grade level and virtually any school environment. Read one middle school teacher’s perspective on how mentoring helped her students make the transition from elementary to middle school — and thrive in the process.