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M3_16 Documentation & Mentoring Arrangement

Lesson 16

Discuss -> Manage documentation

Suggested Actions ... based on answering this question:

"Can you discuss -> manage documentation?"

If yes - move to the next lesson or module

If no - follow this pathway

1. Watch the videos

2. Identify 3-5 Key Learning Points from watching each video

3. Read the Notes and Additional Resources below - if available

4. Summarize your learning

5. Confirm you can answer the question with "Yes"


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Here are additional resources ... they cover the important points in the video above. However, the way it's said in these additional videos may spark a different perspective.


Notes

Define documentation:

  • Material that provides official information or evidence or that serves as a record.
  • In a mentoring arrangement this could include the agenda for a meeting, mentor log, learning contract, action plans, etc.

Discuss ways for the mentee to document the learning:

  • Learning can be documented in the learning plan.
  • It can also be captured in the minutes from the mentoring session - this would be dependent on the terms of the mentoring arrangement
  • The learning could also be captured through the creation of a case study

Determine documentation requirements of the mentor:

  • Mentor Log - signatures
  • Learning agreement
  • Reflective summaries
  • Journal of mentor sessions - key points of discussion

Review documentation:

  • What other sources of documentation are there?
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