A 7-week course taught by Oliver DeMille
This course is recommended for more advanced teachers and mentors who have a basic foundation in the principles and practices of Leadership Education.
You know you’ve been wishing for something like this!
We heard you.
You’re a good mentor, but you’ve been stressing. You’ve been wishing. You’ve been trying not to get frustrated with what might have been, what could be, if you were only a better mentor.
You worry about your kids not being ready for college. You worry that you’re not very good at making the most of great opportunities like discussions and simulations.
You’re tempted to push, assign, delegate or ignore. Sometimes you wonder if you’re really up to this! If only you knew what great mentors know!!!
Well, now you can.
Mentoring is vital for education. Good mentors lead to good education, and great mentors to great education.
This class is a practical, hands-on course on how to be a great mentor.
Veteran mentors as well as new mentors–and everyone in between–will see their mentoring significantly improve by completing this exciting class taught by Oliver DeMille.
Week 1: How to Teach How to Think!
Week 2: How to Teach How to Think II, How to Run Transformational Colloquia
Week 3: How to Run, Teach and Debrief Fantastic Simulations
Week 4: How to Teach and Mentor Writing, Part I
Week 5: How to Teach and Mentor Writing, Part II
Week 6: How to Teach and Mentor How to Think, Part III!
Week 7: How to Teach and Mentor Math Excellence the Leadership Education Way
How it Works
Each week of for the duration of the course, you will receive an (approximately 90 minutes) audio of Oliver’s instruction, with a corresponding class handout. Enrichment activities will be suggested and ideas for writing, discussion and application will follow each class period.
Oliver DeMille overcame learning disabilities as a child–he did not read fluently until he was almost 11 years old–to become an avid learner and successful student. He garnered awards, recognition and scholarships in everything from athletics, fine arts and science to foreign language, writing, and forensics, and graduated from his high school as the salutatorian. He continued on to successful higher learning, both in colleges and through formal mentoring. His challenges and successes in schooling helped him galvanize his thoughts on education, and his search for a model that would produce leaders and learners who lived up to their potential led him to discover and articulate the principles of Leadership Education, or “TJEd”.
Oliver is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling co-author of LeaderShift, a founding partner of The Center for Social Leadership and the author of A Thomas Jefferson Education: Teaching a Generation of Leaders for the 21st Century. He has taught graduate courses on the complete writings of Thomas Jefferson, The Federalist Papers, Aristotle’s Politics and other great classics of liberty. Oliver is a popular keynote speaker, writer and business consultant. Presently, he is active as a founding partner with The Center for Social Leadership and he devotes a majority of his time to writing. Oliver is married to the former Rachel Pinegar. They have eight children. View his personal website and blog at http://oliverdemille.com.