Saturday, February 8, 2014

Webinar with Angi Malderez

One of the most exciting features of the mentoring EVO session is face-to-face conversations with great educators. It was only about 6 months ago that I first met Angi at a training course in Iraq. It was a great learning experince ad I was very happy to have to opportunity to meet her in person after years of reading and using her work on mentoring in my own professional development.

And now you have this chance, too. Angi has kindly agreed to join us for a conversation about mentoring and her latest research which focuses on implementing mentoring strategies that eliminate one of the key obstacles to success with mentoring, the phenomenon she calls "judgementoring".

I believe this webinar promises to be a great opporuntity to learn with one of the most influential researchers and educators in the field of ELT mentoring.

The event will take place in Blackboard Collaborate on 11th February 2014 at 4PM GMT.
(Click here for your local time.)

Angi wrote one of the most influencial books on mentoring in the early 1990s with Caroline Bodóczky (who was one of the speakers on our very first webinar, you can find a recording of the webinar  here.)
If you don't know this book yet, check it out on Google Books.

We really hope you will be able to join us.

1 comment:

  1. The webinar with Angi really pulled together what we've heard and read in the past five weeks. I still feel mentoring and being mentored are a bit of a muddle in my head, but the 5 steps Angi mentioned gave me some focus. I am ready to try peer mentoring now, that's the first stepping stone for me.