Author, speaker, and expert mentor Carol Radford shares her expertise on why mentoring continues to be an important element of any teacher's success - but especially for new teachers after COVID-19. Mentoring is key to raising teachers' self-efficacy, helping them improve, and building their confidence to lead to competence. Carol's work also centers the student as the focus of any mentoring conversation between leaders and teachers. This episode is a must-listen for leaders who want to build a better mentoring program in their schools!
Carol is the author of two bestselling books for mentors and mentees: Mentoring in Action (for mentors) and The First Years Matter (for novice teachers). Her newest book, Teaching With Light, offers teachers 10 lessons for finding wisdom, balance, and inspiration.