Best Practices for Mentoring and Supervision

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This session will explore best practices for mentoring and supervising colleagues and teachers, supported by the research-based understanding of how people learn and grow. It will include suggestions for setting goals, providing effective feedback and motivating change. Sample evaluation protocol and feedback tools will be shared.

Laya Salomon

Dr. Laya Salomon is Associate Professor at the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration at Yeshiva University and Director of Azrieli’s PELE Fellowship Program in Jewish Education. Dr. Salomon teaches master’s and doctoral level courses in leadership, supervision, curriculum, assessment, teaching methodologies and differentiated instruction, and she supervises student teachers. Prior to joining Azrieli in 2004, Dr. Salomon was a professor of psychology and education at Touro College and a Judaic studies teacher.