Models and Mentors in My Life and My Students' Lives
Having positive role models and mentors can make an important difference in whether individuals develop optimally and reach their full
potential. First, evaluate the role models and mentors who have played an important part in your life. Second, think about the type of role
model you want to be for your students. Third, give some thought to how you will incorporate other models and mentors in your
students' lives. Fourth, explore who your education mentor might be.
My Models and Mentors
List the most important role models and mentors in your life. Then describe what their positive modeling and mentoring have meant to
The Type of Role Model I Want to Be for My Students.
Describe which characteristics and behaviors you believe are the most important for you to model for your students.
How I Will Incorporate Models and Mentors in My Classroom?
Describe a systematic plan for bringing models and mentors into your students' lives in one or more domain(s) you plan to teach, such as
math, English, science, music, and so on.
Who Will Be My Education Mentor? What Would My Ideal Education Mentor Be Like?
Do you have someone in mind who might serve as an education mentor when you become a teacher? If so, describe the person.
What would your ideal education mentor be like?