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Monkey Business: The Fine Art of Mentoring - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisandra Sorrentino
28:35
Anxiety, excitement, eager to learn
Laurel Richardson
29:50
Fear, excitement. Poor sleep.
Lisandra Sorrentino
37:51
“I teach them what I can but not like they can learn from each other” - from a teacher perspective, this stood out to me in the value of what the students get from each other
Melissia Tomblin
38:27
Made me feel happy. Could feel stress easing out. Could help students relax and learn
Cheryl Herdejurgen
40:01
This is so much what we see with students learning from eaqch other in community college setting with students who all have very different life experiences
Cheryl Herdejurgen
49:44
Barrier - institutions committing the funds needed to develop and staff an official program
Lisa Boshart
50:32
I am trying to start a mentoring program within our nursing program since we are growing but upper management does not seem interested
Teresa Beaudry
50:40
Is there a model you recommeed to follow with measurable objectives?
Lisa Boshart
50:47
Is there a way we can get this PPT?
Mary Dickow
51:29
Yes - slides will be posted to the OADN website shortly after the webinar
Teresa Beaudry
51:50
The college is focused on Orientation to the college; where a nursing faculty needs a very in debt orientation to a nursing faculty role.
Rachael Farrell
53:23
I developed a checklist for the program where I worked to help the faculty new to the program. It includes the college orientation information, but focuses on information specific to the program. The checklist came to be when we recognized a deficit during accreditation visit.
Cheryl Herdejurgen
53:43
Biggest problem as new educator was learning what all the acronyms meant :)
Joyce Tolofari
54:57
What do you think about a mandatory student mentoring by faculty?
Lisa Boshart
55:19
When should student mentoring begin?
Lisa Boshart
55:34
We don’t begin our mentoring until the last year.
Teresa Beaudry
55:35
please
Cheryl Herdejurgen
56:10
We started a program where the first year students get connected with a second year student for mentoring via our student nurse organization (voluntary)
Lenora Cook
58:03
I was wondering if colleges who have a challenge with funding could find a retired nurse who might volunteer as a mentor????
Cheryl Herdejurgen
58:41
Expert clinician to effective faculty is an incredibly wide chasm and is not intuitive like most novice new hires expect
Judith Corcoran
01:00:40
It was ok to 'not know it all'. Willing to show/say things more than once
Lauren Lucas
01:00:56
Pride, desire, intensity, discipline, dedication, and determination.
Melissia Tomblin
01:01:09
Patience
Lenora Cook
01:01:15
Grace and patience
Cheryl Herdejurgen
01:01:21
My mentor qualities - non-judgmental, gentle, told me errors they made and situations to avoid, nurturing - was a little older
Ashley McEwen
01:01:25
Having both the Mentor and Mentee be open to new ideas and be unafraid to try new things.
Colleen Duggan
01:01:41
My mentor was fairly young but experienced in the field of nursing and education. She was assured, kind and able to use great role modeling. I loved to watch her with students and learned so much by observing her strategies.
Laurel Richardson
01:01:43
Availability. Experience, Practical advice. Willingness to entertain new ideas.
Grace Paul
01:02:20
timely responses
Joyce Tolofari
01:02:21
My mentor was open to share her experience, I was receptive to the mentoring I listened attentively. Moreover, I had daily lunch with the team where every faculty gave reports on their student population. These were productive.
April Bates
01:02:22
Knowledgeable, helpful, patient, kind, calm.
Lisa Boshart
01:13:00
How do we mentor with an on-line program?
Lisa Boshart
01:14:23
I would love a part II
Candance Niemer
01:15:04
You could possibly use web conferencing tools or by telephone for online programs. I think the idea is letting them know you are there.
Colleen Duggan
01:17:05
Thanks so much for the wonderful examples and your enthusiasm for this kind of support. The monkey examples speak volumes!
Nancy Delnay
01:17:24
This has been great! I have a new part-time faculty working with me in the simulation lab and came to this to help me learn more about mentoring her.
Lisandra Sorrentino
01:17:32
Great idea!!!
Melissia Tomblin
01:17:33
Thank you. This was great
Teresa Beaudry
01:17:42
Thank you
Nancy Delnay
01:17:46
YES! to Part 2
Irene Jones
01:17:48
Thank you. This was informative
Lisa Boshart
01:17:51
Thank you
Candance Niemer
01:17:53
Thank you.
Grace Paul
01:17:57
Loved it! Thank you!