32nd Annual Conference Training
Mentoring The 100 Way Across A Lifetime
National Mentor Training Session
Joshua W. Murfree, Jr. Ph.D
|Lesson 1||History and Why Mentoring|
|Lesson 2||Reality and Facts|
|Lesson 3||4th Grade Syndrome|
|Lesson 4||What is Mentoring?|
|Lesson 5||Where are we Geographically?|
|Lesson 6||Mentoring Is…|
|Lesson 7||Harsh Reality and Facts About Mentoring|
|Lesson 8||Elements of Mentoring and A Great Mentor.|
|Lesson 9||A Great Mentor.|
|Lesson 10||Why Mentoring the 100 Way Across A Lifetime, Getting Started, Matching, Impact and Process?|
|Lesson 11||Four For the Future.|
|Lesson 12||Mentoring the 100 Way.|
|Lesson 13||The Art and Techniques of Mentoring.|
|Lesson 14||Mentoring the 100 Way Across A Lifetime|
|Lesson 15||Miracles of Mentoring.|
|Lesson 16||The Mentoring Relationship, Effective Mentoring Programs and S.M.A.R.T. Mentoring.|
|Lesson 17||Selecting Mentors and Mentees.|
|Lesson 18||Child and Adolescent Development.|
|Lesson 19||What Mentoring Can Teach.|
|Lesson 20||Code of Conduct.|
|Lesson 21||Research Involving Children and Youth|
|Lesson 22||Review of Related Literature|
In 2008, The Schott Foundation Research for Public Education reported the following:
- Black Boys are over-classified as Mentally Retarded.
- Black Boys are under-classified as Gifted/Talented.
- Black Boys are under-represented in Advanced Placement classes.
- Black Boys are disproportionate out-of-school suspensions and expulsions.
Final Results: This limits educational opportunities and reduce achievement levels.