This interview with Beverly Ann Chin delves into how mentorship can transform the teaching profession. With almost 50 years of experience in the field of English Language Arts, Chin recently retired from her role as the director of the English teaching program and the Montana Writing Project at the University of Montana. She remains an active member of several committees and organizations dedicated to advancing the field of English teaching. Mentorship is an integral part of Beverly's approach to teaching and equipping students for success, and this article addresses the most pressing questions that current and aspiring educators have about the practice.

Included in

Education Commons