As the subtitle of this essay says, "Can college students effectively navigate the intricacies of mentoring high-risk youth?
The author responds to an earlier paper in this handbook, focused on transcending cross-cultural barriers in mentorship and teaching.
This paper takes on the idea of boundaries in education, and why they should be viewed as fences rather than walls.
A student talks about her experience in tutoring algebra to a freshman in high school.
This essay focuses on the concept of ignorance and how one can overcome it by being aware of other people's different points of view than one's very own.
A great paper on adding a cultural perspective in the traditional education system in order to make the curriculum interesting to students.
Narrative is determined not by a desire to narrate but by a desire to exchange. (Roland Barthes, S/Z)