Mentoring - 4 day summer school

Mon Jan 15th to Thurs Jan 18th , 2018 - 9am to 3.30pmMentoring.jpg

This 4 day course explores conceptual issues and practical matters surrounding mentoring in various educational settings, and as a strategy relevant to all ages.
Topics include:
• essential elements of effective mentoring relationships;
• features of effective mentoring programs;
• different models of mentoring and applications; and
• the concept of mentoring and assumptions underlying it.

Upon completion, all participants will receive a certification of participation, which can contribute towards AITSL’s (Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership) Standard 6: Professional Engagement.


  • FREE for teachers with experience in mentoring Murdoch education students ! Click here to register (places are limited)

  • Teachers can choose to complete assessments if they wish to have advanced standing granted towards the the Master of Education (Coursework)normal unit fees will apply.
  • Postgraduate students will also be attending this course, as it forms part of the unit EDN671 Mentoring, offered as part of the Master of Education Coursework.
  • Murdoch students to enrol into EDN671 via MyUnits.
  • Optional choice for teachers to attend Day 5 at no cost (student presentation day)
  • Summer School teachers will be allocated a Murdoch student number, so as to access online readings, available via the student portal (LMS). 
  • Summer School teachers will need to fill our a student enrolment form, so as to be allocated a student number. Click here for the form.

Course coordinator:

Associate Professor Judy MacCallum,