what makes a mentor?
Stories of Progress and Hope
presented by Canadian Mentors in Gentle Teaching
The Foundation of Gentle Teaching
by Michael Vincent
Mentor (Michigan, USA)
by Valerie Kvale
Saskatchewan Alternative Initiatives (Saskatoon, SK)
by Eric Douville and Lynn Venne
Valoris (Ottawa, ON)
the tools of gentle teaching
In our approach, caregivers use themselves as the tools to teach others to feel safe, loved, loving and engaged – their own presence, words, hands, and eyes.
facts & questions (FAQ’s) about gentle teaching
Answering some of the tough questions posed about Gentle Teaching.
gentle teaching activities/worksheets
Each month, COR strives to deepen one’s understanding of Gentle Teaching through the development of a monthly theme focusing on a particular aspect of a Culture of Gentleness. Download the activities and worksheets here.
gentle teaching resources
A collection of resources by Dr. John McGee and our colleagues within the Gentle Teaching International (GTI) community.
gentle teaching training
Interested in taking part in our trainings? COR has a number of certified trainers, facilitators and mentors offering numerous educational opportunities for caregivers, educators and health practitioners. Click here to learn more about Gentle Teaching Trainings, along with other educational programs COR offers.