From foundations to outcomes: Evaluating the effectiveness of central mentor training in a peer mentoring program in the Griffith School of Environment.
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This session will examine the effectiveness of a centrally designed and facilitated mentor training program provided to student mentors participating in a peer mentoring program in the Griffith School of Environment. The outcomes of research undertaken to ascertain training effectiveness will be presented and discussed against a backdrop of centralised program support for School-based mentoring initiatives. The training program for peer mentors in The Griffith School of Environment is one example of collaborative work taking place between academic and central elements as a result of broader institution-wide initiatives aimed at enhancing the student experience.
Proceedings of the 12th Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference
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