Project PROMENTORS, coordinated by Talpiot College of Education, aims to advance the MIT (Multiplayer Induction Teams) model which will be a new model of mentors training in Israel. The new model will combine innovative mentors training from EU that emphasis on peer group mentoring and other process that stem from groups' learning and collaborative meaning making. The project coordinated by Talpiot Academic College.
The proposed project is built on a previous Capacity Building project – the Proteach project. The aim of Proteach was to develop the MIT model for amplifying beginning teachers’ voice during induction in order to sustain teachers’ retention. The model is based on a partnership between the academia, the school and related policy makers that meet once a month in the school to discuss pedagogical and managerial issues that arise from the beginning teachers' work. Although the role of the Mentors is evident in the MIT context, results show that they weren't involved enough with the induction process.
Talpiot Academic College
The Mofet Institute
Kaye Academic College
Beit Berl College
Seminar HaKibbutzim College of Education
Levinsky College of Education
Gordon Academic College
Hemdat Hadarom College
Shaanan Academic religious teachers College
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University of Bucharest, Romania
University of Exeter, UK
The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland
Jyväskylä University, Finland