Mentoring

MENTOR TEACHING SYSTEM

A coach or other mentor is someone who guides the student and helps to reach the goal. Education coaching is expressed in the meaning of giving guidance to the solution of the problems that lead the students in the education life and the indispensable exams.

When a student receives help from someone who knows the job naturally, he or she finds fewer mistakes than those who do not get help to solve their problems.

The mentor teaching system is a process program. The learning of the student continues throughout his life. One of the most important points of student mentoring is follow-up.

The Mentor teaching system provides key methods in academic success, in meeting educational objectives, in solving problems and endeavors to achieve it as soon as possible.

Mentor teacher;

  • What can I do?
  • What do I like to do?
  • What do I want?
  • Who am I?
  • What do I want to do?
  • He tries to find an answer with you, "Where do I want to be?"

Same time,

  • Clarify your goals and provide you with the appropriate and exciting targets.
  • Engage in your agenda.
  • Engage in academic, social and personal success.
  • Support you for what you want to achieve.
  • Helps you organize your relationships with family, school, teachers, and friends.
  • Time improves your use skills.
  • Keeps your motivation high.
  • Support self-confidence and self-esteem development.

Secondary and high school, our 8th and 12th grade students are counseled by a mentor teacher. Our mentor teachers are selected from branch teachers.

The Mentor Teacher Training System is a system that aims to increase the awareness of our students about themselves, to increase planning and evaluation skills, to determine the development needs, to increase academic achievement, to increase the academic commitment, to increase the learning motivation and to the interaction between school and home. Facilitation of close cooperation is targeted.

With this system,

  • Constant communication with an educator in the school,
  • Knowing that development is evaluated and followed up with the educator at certain intervals,
  • Be more active in the academic and social field,
  • Personal planning and evaluation skills development,
  • Identification of development needs,
  • Developing attention,
  • To learn how to organize work habits to best suit personal characteristics and needs,
  • To learn the test techniques,
  • Increasing motivation,
  • Taking responsibility for success,
  • Promotion of academic success,
  • It is aimed to increase communication and coordination between school and home.
  • In order to keep track of the students' progress, the student checks the school situation once a month and ensures that the student is assessed.
  • Evaluate the results of the student's test.
  • Evaluates the results of the student's diagnostic tests with the student.
  • Sets monthly goals with the student.
  • Evaluates the extent to which the objectives are achieved and what is needed to achieve the completeness.
  • Supports the student to determine new goals when necessary.
  • Listen to the problems faced by the student such as the family, friendship, etc., and direct them to the appropriate person.

What can students gain from the Mentoring Study?

Towards Our Teachers:

  • They make their time use much more effective,
  • They become much more organized, much more "organized"
  • They are much more willing to learn,
  • Time, days, weeks, etc. Learn to organize and use it much more effectively,
  • They exhibit much more participatory behavior,
  • They regularly carry out goal setting and target netting,
  • Establish a balance of learning and social life,
  • Students are aware of their own learning style,
  • Adopting the habit of living a healthier life,
  • The student self-disciplines and develops this skill,
  • Fear of unsuccessful or successful,
  • Attention is more successful in combating Difficulty / Disorder,
  • Develop as both a student and a student,
  • It can easily come out of the "area of relief"
  • He is curious to learn and keeps this curiosity alive.

How does the mentoring process work?

Interviews are held once a week or as needed. Your goals are clarified and strategies are defined. The information is hidden between the mentor and the mentee.