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TOOLS TO KEEP MENTORING GOING IN CORONA TIMES



IDEAS FROM THE STUDENT LAB OF ECEBM

Students of the European Center collected some games and online tools for mentors and mentees to connect, to communicate and also to have fun together. Here an example!

"Virtual Museum Tours. Go on virtual museum tours. You can find them online. This activity will allow exploring new and interesting places from the comfort of home. Mentors and mentees give each other tasks and challenges; they can explore these sites and answer to a quiz."

For more tips download the document


RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE MEMBERS OF ECEBM

Members of the European Center got together in an online workshop to exchange their first creative ideas. Take a look at the set of recommendations by AFEV, Article1, MentorUP, MentorProgramma Friesland and Punt de Referencia.

Be even more pro-active to your mentees, to your youth. They need you and they might need more encouragement to take part now.

Download the full document here


TOOLS FROM THE MENTORING SUMMIT CREW

Coordinadora de Mentoria Social, the host organization of the EU Mentoring Summit 2020, prepared a special set of tips and recommendations for mentoring coordinators and mentors.

"Encourage participation in the neighbourhood support networks that are being generated in your cities. Mentors can participate in these spaces but they can also encourage and guide mentees to use them if needed."

Click here to read their input.


TOOLS FROM THE FIRST WEBINAR: #KEEPMENTORING, ROAD TO THE SUMMIT 

On the 13th of May, the first webinar took place on how to keep mentoring programmes alive in times of social distancing. The webinar was organized by the 2020 European Mentoring Summit crew.

Coming days, we will share tools, links and files presented during the session.

Find tools, resources and ideas for online mentoring here.

You can find the presentation from Gysbert Bergsma, Stichting VerbindMij, NL.
You can find the presentation from Julie Gerhing, UCONN, US.
You can find the presentation from Laura Cardus, AFEV, ES.





TOOLS FROM THE EUROPEAN MENTORING FIELD



Take a look at the following readers, publications and project manuals of mentoring in Europe.

MentorProgramma Friesland: Enriching relations, 2014

MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership: Elements of Effective Practice, 2015

Mentoring in Europa, Project SUPREME, SUPREME Manual, 2014

European Mentoring and Befriending Exchange Programme, EMBEP manual, 2015

Sirius European Network of Educational Support Projects, Mentoring for migrant youth in education - a handbook, 2014

For an overview of research on mentoring, please check the website of the UMB/MENTOR Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring and the website of prof. dr. Jean Rhodes.

You can keep posted on mentoring research and practice by subscribing to the Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring.