Mentor Resources

Case Study
Your Name
Date
 
Information about yourself
Age? Gender? Teaching Certification?
What degrees do you hold?
How long have you been teaching?
Describe the grade levels and populations you have worked with.
 
Information about the student (Obtain during first meeting)
Personal
Age? Physical Appearance? Medications? Dose/how often? Side effects? Hobbies? Music? Exercise? Relaxation? Sleep pattern? Did the student play sports in high school or college? Describe. Does the student belong to any clubs? Which ones? Self-advocacy skills? Current GPA. Summarize information from Qualtrics pre-intervention survey.
 
Courses
What courses is the student enrolled in? Course related strengths? Course related challenges? Grades thus far? Exam dates?
 
Support systems
Social skills? Friends? Parent/family influence? Peer mentors? Career mentors? Helpful Technologies?
 
Goals for Coaching Experience:
Short Term?
Long Term?
 
Assessments
Learning styles inventory results
 
SuccessNavigator Pre & Post (when available)
(1 – 3 range with 1=low, 2=moderate, 3=high)
 
Academic Skills
  Meeting Class Expectations
  Organization
Commitment
  Commitment to College Goals
  Institutional Commitment
Self Management
  Sensitivity to Stress
  Test Anxiety
  Academic Self-Efficacy
Social Support
  Institutional Support
  Barriers to Success
  Connectedness
 
Discussion
What the scores means –
 
Strategies
Describe the coaching strategies you are using (e.g., non directive questioning, positive self talk)
Describe learning strategies you introduced and the student is using
How are they working?
Evidence (i.e., test scores)
 
Communication
How has the online platform worked for you and your student?
How often did you actually meet?
What was the total time you met with the student in minutes?
 


Click Here to Download the Peer Mentor Evaluation Form  W3Schools

Reference: Peer Mentor Evaluation Form


Understanding How Peer Mentoring and Capitaiization Link STEM Students to Their Majors

An ABC Sampler of Best Practices NSF STEM Scholar Program at UW-Platteville

References:
Holland, J. M., Major, D. A., & Orvis, K. A. (2012). Understanding how peer mentoring and capitalization link STEM students to their majors. The Career Development Quarterly60(4), 343-354.

Landgraf, L. M., Salmon-Stephens, T., & Ul-Haq, I. (n.d.). An ABC Sampler of Best Practices NSF STEM Scholar Program at UW-Platteville. Retrieved from http://rube.asq.org/edu/2012/06/best-practices/an-abc-sampler-of-best-practices.pdf