The Ingredients of Effective Mentoring: The Log College as a Model for Mentorship

From: Volume XV, Issue 1: Fall 1994 Pages 86-100


After failing to secure a teaching position at Yale, William Tennent Sr. founded one of the most successful educational enterprises in American history. Although Tennent attempted to pattern his academic ministry after the conventional models of his time, the Log College emerged with a distinctive ideology and methodology which spawned a lasting legacy. The author reveals how these ideological and methodological ingredients can become part of effective mentoring today.



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