Connect with a world-renowned thought leader who has offered 30 minutes of their time to mentor an early career researcher, practitioner and/or policy maker in the overall fields of educational change and/or teacher professionalism. The mentors will answer any questions about developing a career, how to become a public intellectual, and the fields of educational change and teacher professionalism, in relation to their own work and the early career member’s work.
- You must be engaged in graduate studies in education and/or within 3 yrs of your degree.
- You self-identify as an early career researcher, practitioner and/or policy maker.
- You must be prepared to be familiar with the work and/or publications of your mentor.
- You must be a member of AERA or ICSEI
*We will operate an honor system regarding these criteria.
The list of mentors will be announced in early April.
Statements of interest will be accepted after April 15, 2021.
Please send your statement of interest to Trista Hollweck, Project Director of ARC email@example.com
Mentoring matches will be made on a first come, first served basis.
In your statement, please state your name, position, organization and/or university and area of research.
Clearly state why you want to be involved in this mentoring opportunity,
You must have attended the Early Career Session at either ICSEI (March) and/or AERA Educational Change SIG 155 (April)
Dr. Hollweck, on behalf of the ARC Education Project, will match mentors and mentees.
Successful applicants will be notified and given instructions on how to connect with their mentor
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