Mentoring Matters with Laura Lipton

March 28, 2019 (4-6 PM) and/or March 29, 2019 (8 AM-3 PM)

Laura Lipton, Ed.D.

Laura is an international consultant whose writing, research, keynotes, and seminars focus on effective and innovative instructional practices and on building professional and organizational capacities for enhanced learning. She applies her extensive experience with professional learning to seminars conducted globally on topics including learning-focused relationships, data-driven dialogue, teacher leadership, building professional community, developing high-performing teams, action research, and learning-focused mentoring.

Laura is author and co-author of numerous publications related to organizational and professional learning. <Read More>

Mentoring Matters with Dr. Laura Lipton (Evening Program) Ridgemont Country Club

Thursday, March 28th, 4-6pm

3717 West Ridge Road

Rochester, NY

Target Audience Mentor Coordinators and Administrators

Evening Program Description

What are the skills of highly effective mentors and how do you sustain a structure for a successful mentoring program? Join the Greater Rochester Teacher Center Network and the Genesee Valley ASCD for a hybrid event. Laura Lipton will share insights and best practices for your school district to have a highly successful mentor program. You will also engage in a panel discussion with area districts to learn best practices in mentoring. Refreshments and a copy of the book Mentoring Matters will be provided.


Cost: $20, GVASCD Members $15

Mentoring Matters with Dr. Laura Lipton (Full Day Program) Ridgemont Country Club

Friday, March 29th, 8am-3pm

3717 West Ridge Road

Rochester, NY

Target Audience: Mentor Teachers and Mentor Coordinators

Full-day Program Description

This program is for teachers interested in mentoring, administrators, mentor coordinators, or any new or experienced mentor interested in understanding the power of learning-focused relationships and its impact on school culture. This session is a deep dive into best practices of mentoring using resources from Mentoring Matters. Participants will learn from other districts as well as participate in a hybrid program with Laura Lipton. Lunch and a copy of the book Mentoring Matters will be provided.


Cost: Free to members of the Greater Rochester Teacher Center Network.

Non-members $55 (includes a book and lunch)