Today's Resource Round-Up centers on mentoring.
Whether it is formal or informal, mentoring is an important relationship that helps foster and build more effect teaching practices. In my experiences, I learn just as much (if not more) from being the mentor rather than being the mentee.
Here are a few resources I found that can help you mentor more effectively or if you're a mentee, help you better understand what to expect from your mentor.
1) The Good Mentor from ACSD
*I don't love the title of the article, but it provides a decent list of important qualities a mentor should have.
2) 27 Characteristics of Highly Effective Teachers from An Ethical Island
*A good reminder for both mentors and mentees on what steps you can be taking to improve yourself.
3) 27 Tips on Mentoring New Teachers again from An Ethical Island
*A nice infograph for those visual people
What is your best piece of advice about mentoring?