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Hemingway, Claire [1].

Mentoring: What does it look like in the Science Community, the PlantingScience Online Community?

Mentoring is the social foundation of any research community. Join members of the PlantingScience online learning community to explore and share strategies for effective mentoring. This interactive workshop will include an introduction to PlantingScience, the BSA-led program connecting plant scientists to secondary school students and their teachers. The majority of the workshop is reserved for small group discussions and hands-on mentoring scenarios, including examples from past PlantingScience sessions.
Topics addressed will include:
What is the role of a mentor?
How can I establish expectations at the outset of a mentoring relationship?
What techniques can I use to guide mentees to scientific habits of mind?
What are some of the unique challenges and rewards of
online mentoring?
Bring experiences you would like to share and leave with new ideas for connecting meaningfully with novice researchers.


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1 - Botanical Society of America, PO Box 299, St. Louis, MO, 63166, USA

Keywords:
PlantingScience
mentoring.

Presentation Type: Workshop
Session: D4
Location: Fort Camp Lounge/Gage
Date: Tuesday, July 29th, 2008
Time: 6:00 PM
Number: D4001
Abstract ID:916


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