Mentoring Young Men of Color

Un libro in lingua di Hall Horace R. edito da Rowman & Littlefield Education, 2006

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In this book, originally based on a study of an urban youth mentoring program, Hall (educational policy studies and research, DePaul U.) describes the importance of school-based mentoring of adolescent males of color, illustrates their world, and provides ideas for mentoring and teaching. He addresses the current perception of Latino and African American males, multiple definitions of mentoring, programs, connecting with these students in school, and types of activities to use, in addition to how to create a sense of agency. Hall then describes the history and development of the school-based mentoring program that he founded called REAL, its successes and failures, and ends with interviews with mentors and mentees. No bibliography or index is provided. The book is aimed at scholars and students in education, sociology, psychology, and social work, and those involved in curriculum design, school counseling, classroom management, and community development. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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