AOSA DIGITAL MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
The objective of the Digital Mentor Program is to pair experienced Orff Schulwerk teachers (mentors) with newly trained Orff Schulwerk teachers or teacher educators (mentees) for the purpose of improving the practice of those who request mentorship. Because the 21st century brings cost-effective and innovative ways of communicating across long distances, discussions between mentor and mentee will occur primarily through digital media (such as e-mail, online chat sessions, video conferencing, and digital video recordings). This does not, however, rule out live observations, if they are feasible for both parties.
For more information, please click the links below:
- Mentee Requirements
- Mentor Requirements
- Possible Focus Areas for Mentorship
- Mentorship Year Timeline
- Technology & Equipment
- Digital Mentor Handbook
Applications to be mentored or become a mentor are due August 15.
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If you have additional questions regarding the Digital Mentorship Program, please contact email@example.com.