This service will enable teachers of psychology who have questions about pedagogical topics, methods, issues, or specific classes to identify and communicate with more experienced colleagues who are willing to provide them with answers to these questions and/or refer them to other sources of information.
Although close collegial associations may result from mentoring service contacts, the purpose of this service is to facilitate the expedient exchange of information, rather than to develop relationships that could be excessively time-consuming to either party.
How to Obtain Mentoring
If you would like to obtain information about any of the following topics, methods, issues, or classes, contact one or more of the potential mentors listed beneath them. All of these individuals have expressed the desire to provide information about these topics, methods, issues, and courses to less experienced colleagues who seek it.
- Mentoring of topics, methods, and issues
- Mentoring of courses
- Mentors' contact information
- Mentoring Service Effectiveness Questionnaire
How to Volunteer to be a Mentor
If you would like to volunteer to be a mentor to a less experienced colleague, please e-mail the following information to Drew Appleby (firstname.lastname@example.org), who is the Director for Mentoring Services.
- your name, school, e-mail address, and telephone number
- a list of the topics, methods, issues, and/or classes about which you possess sufficient competence to provide accurate and helpful information to an advice-seeking colleague