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KMIC

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The Kansas Mentor & Induction Center's (KMIC) mission is to support early career teachers in the state of Kansas by providing professional development to those responsible for mentoring these individuals. KMIC participants receive professional development in consulting, collaboration, coaching and observation techniques.
 

Program Options

Hybrid Mentor and Induction Program ($850/mentor)
Program includes four days of face to face training and four online training modules

First Year Mentor (FYM) Program Dates
September 7, 2018 - Mentor Roles and Building Relationships
November 9, 2018 - Observing Assessing and Coaching
February 8, 2019 - Using Data to Design Instruction
April 5, 2019 - Effective Instruction and Reflection

Second Year Mentor (SYM) Program Dates
September 14, 2018 - Promoting and Supporting Social Emotional Learning
November 16, 2018 - Ensuring Social Justice and Equity
February 15, 2019 - Instructional Strategies
April 12, 2019 - Teacher Leadership

Online Mentor and Induction Program ($650/mentor)
Program includes fully online training modules

First Year Mentor (FYM) Development Program
Fully online training modules

Second Year Mentor (SYM) Development Program
Fully online training modules
Consultation for district mentor program evaluation process upon request (2 hours)
 

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Testimonials

"KMIC's Year 1 Mentor Training was a phenomenal experience. It allowed me to have access to numerous resources. The collaboration with other mentors was invaluable. I would not have been a successful mentor without this training."

Hannah M. Demaree,
Instructional Coach
Cowley County Special Services Cooperative

"My KMIC instructor has a unique way to honor teachers who coach and engage thoughtful discussion on pedagogy and using the instructional tools effectively. She blended the technology, giving praise and coming across as a peer to working together forming new strategies to motivate mentees. She focused on making sure that we were aware of their struggles, in that we are in tune to how to retain them in our district."

Steven Stoffregen,
Instructional Coach
Winfield USD 465


Contact Information

Sherry Goodvin, Director
sharon.goodvin@wichita.edu