Mentorship programs to provide necessary need-based support for students

One mentor is appointed for 4 students. The mentor could be the class teacher or a subject teacher. The objective is to handhold and facilitate necessary need-based support for students.

The objective is to handhold and facilitate necessary need-based support for students. The mentor is to take accountability to ensure that students have achieved the learning outcomes as per the lesson plans and as expected for the year. The mentor is to see if there are any gaps in learning outcomes.  If any, the mentor should organize intervention programs with the respect of subject teachers. The mentor will teach and take /teach intervention sessions/organize intervention /remedial classes for other subjects.

The mentor must be aware that if a child reaches the next class without achieving the learning outcomes, it will be detrimental to the child’s overall development. Therefore, the mentor has to take responsibility from the beginning of the year. This will ensure that the learning outcome has been achieved by the year-end.

The Mentor will understand the IEP of students, discuss with subject teachers, and ensure compliance.