Teacher Mentoring: The Good, the Bad and the Nuances
Gary Abud, Steve Perkins with Allison Riddle
Improving instruction through mentorship is a complicated process. In this segment,we look at what works, what doesn’t and why.
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October 31, 2015 Teachers of The Year Radio
Allison Riddle has been a Utah educator for the past 27 years, and she is the 2014 Utah Teacher of the Year and a recipient of the 2015 Horace Mann Award of Excellence. She is currently a 5th gr teacher and mentor in North Salt Lake, and she is a math consultant for Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks (Edmonton, Alberta).
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