32nd Annual Conference Training

Mentoring The 100 Way Across A Lifetime

National Mentor Training Session

Joshua W. Murfree, Jr. Ph.D

Presenter

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:

  1. Black Boys are over-classified as Mentally Retarded.
  2. Black Boys are under-classified as Gifted/Talented.
  3. Black Boys are under-represented in Advanced Placement classes.
  4. Black Boys are disproportionate out-of-school suspensions and expulsions.

Final Results: This limits educational opportunities and reduce achievement levels.