We love having the opportunity to assist teachers to create and execute new teaching resources that Enrapture their students and build their confidence as the awesome educators that they are!
Amelia’s passion is in assisting other teachers to find resources, learn new strategies and to debrief on issues that colleagues have. Through her work as a teacher she has always taken on pre-service teachers, as their Mentor, to help them learn the ropes of the classroom and to fully understand the challenges, and rewards, that teaching brings. Through loving to work with and assist other teachers, Amelia completed her Masters in Educational Leadership and has completed various Coaching and Mentoring courses along the way.
As a current teacher she understands too well the workload that is imparted onto teachers in schools and has devised the Enrapture Program so that she can assist others, like her, to find a little relief, assistance and reassurance – particularly when the tough days hit and things become all too much.
We work hard to select our mentors to ensure that they are not only experienced in many facets of education, but are passionate about helping teachers be their very best. They must have extensive curriculum knowledge, as well as the skills to apply them in fun and engaging ways. They are able to communicate their knowledge of all things teaching with our community in ways that assist beyond the nitty gritty of curriculum knowledge, too - the day-to-day life of being a teacher. We also require our mentors to be currently working with students in a teaching capacity so that you, our community, get the most relevant and informative assistance available.
Our mentors are committed 100% to the teachers we mentor and, as such, we limit the number of places available each year. This allows our mentors to be truly focused on providing a personal, tailored experience for everyone, and keeps them available to answer questions and provide support as it is needed.
“I love the online group – it gives me the opportunity to ask questions of other teachers and to learn what my colleagues are doing in other schools.”