Aseto’ne Networking Project: Resources

Aseto’ne Networking Project: Resources

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Welcome to the Aseto’ne Networking Project database filed with a diverse range in topics. The Aseto’ne Networking Project used many of the publications, videos, websites, and services listed to build the major components of the Project including mentoring, Indigenous research, research skills, career building tools, and conferences focused on medical and behavioral health. We highly recommend that you peruse the contents and discover the value these documents might have for your particular need.

Applications to the Aseto’ne Networking Project services

      • Aseto’ne Institute

Aseto’ne Institute Web Site

      • Aseto’ne Peer Mentoring

Register for Peer Mentoring

      • Aseto’ne Faculty/Professional Mentoring

Register for Faculty/Professional Mentoring

      • Medicine Shield: Cultural Resiliency Training

Register for the Training

      • Mentee services only

Register for Mentee Services

Whirling Log image description:
This image carries much significance to many Native American tribes with earliest examples of its usage appearing between 200 BCE – 500 CE. The image carried multiple meanings and was found on a variety of traditional pieces. Most notably, the Navajo understood the image to imitate the rotation of the sun and represents the wind and its four directions.

How to use the Praxis learning platform

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Peer Mentor’s Scope of Work

Administrative Hours:  Peer Mentors are expected to meet with the Mentor Coordinator once a month by phone or video conferencing to review progress on mentoring tasks.  Peer Mentors are expected to participate in orientations on how to use the Praxis learning platform and how mentoring interactions should be structured.  Your first contact with your mentee has been designed as a lesson and is provided for you to share with your mentee.   You will receive the lesson during the Mentoring Orientation.  The invoice reflects the monthly expectations and may serve as a guide to help you schedule your Peer Mentoring tasks each month.

Virtual Classroom: Peer Mentors are expected to work in small groups of 2 or 3 to plan and present on a topic the group selects.  See the titles of Peer Mentor group presentations in the Praxis learning platform to avoid duplication of topics.  The Mentor Coordinator will assist you in forming groups and advising you through your planning process.  A presentation date may be assigned to you if you haven’t confirmed one with the Mentor Coordinator.  All presentations occur within the Praxis learning platform in the Virtual Classroom and are recorded.  All Peer Mentors and Faculty Mentors are expected to participate on the day of the live presentation if your schedule will allow it.  Your support for your colleagues is greatly appreciated.

Individual Communication:  Peer Mentors are expected to contact their mentee within their assigned private space in the Praxis learning platform at least once a week.  This effort is estimated to take about 15 minutes a week.

Group Discussion Postings:  Peer Mentors are expected to post in the Group Discussion at least once a week.  This effort is estimated to take about 15 minutes a week.

Recruitment: Peer Mentors are expected to post Aseto’ne recruitment materials in social media at least once a week.  The Mentor Coordinator will provide the most current recruitment materials during the Mentoring Orientation.  This effort is estimated to take about 5 minutes each week, or 20 minutes a month.  Please share a screen shot of the postings with the Mentor Coordinator.

On-Boarding Documents:

    1. Praxis learning platform instructions
    2. Mentoring topics
    3. Invoice template
    4. Recruitment documents: Institute, Student testimonial, Medicine Shield, and Mentoring

Faculty/Professional Mentors Scope of Work

Administrative Hours:  Faculty Mentors are expected to meet with the Mentor Coordinator once a month by phone or video conferencing to review progress on mentoring tasks.  Faculty Mentors are expected to participate in orientations on how to use the Praxis learning platform and how mentoring interactions should be structured.  The invoice reflects the monthly expectations and may serve as a guide to help you schedule your Peer Mentoring tasks each month.

Virtual Classroom: Faculty Mentors are expected to participate in the Peer Mentor video conference presentations if your schedule allows it.  The dates of the presentations will be available in the Group Discussions and the Team Presentation boxes in the Praxis learning platform.  All Faculty Mentors are expected to meet with their students using the video conferencing function in the Praxis learning platform at least twice a month.

Individual Communication: Faculty Mentors are expected to contact their assigned mentees twice each week using the private space within the Praxis learning platform.  This effort is estimated to take about 15 to 30 minutes a week.

Group Discussion Postings:  Faculty Mentors are expected to post in the Group Discussion at least once a week.  This effort is estimated to take about 15 minutes a week.

Recruitment:  AIHEC/Aseto’ne Networking Project encourage Faculty Mentors to help recruit students to the Aseto’ne Institute.  Recruitment materials are available for your use from the Mentor Coordinator.

On-Boarding Documents:

    1. Praxis learning platform instructions
    2. Mentoring topics
    3. Invoice template
    4. Recruitment documents: Institute, Student testimonial, Medicine Shield, and Mentoring

Aseto’ne Institute Student Scope of Work

Instructional Hours:  This project will require ten weeks to complete, with an approximate study workload ranging from 15‐45+ minutes each business day depending on the chosen educational journey.  The scope of work includes all assignments, readings, mentoring activities, discussions, and quizzes as required within the selected learning journey  on the Praxis AI platform.

Virtual Classroom: Students are expected to participate in the Peer Mentor presentations.  Dates and times of the presentations will be posted in the Discussion Board, announced in the weekly Tea Party Time, posted in the learning platform, and shared with you by each of your mentors.  Students and their mentors will meet in the Virtual Classroom for some of the mentoring sessions.

Individual Communication: Your Peer Mentor and Faculty Mentor will be contacting you in the private space in the Praxis learning platform.  Check the two private spaces in the left side of your home screen at least 3 times a week and respond to your mentor’s postings.  You are expected to post questions or comments in both private spaces.

Group Discussion Postings: You are expected to respond to discussion postings in a fashion that contributes to a steady scholarly dialog. You are also expected to post questions or comments for others to respond to.

Learning Journeys: You must complete the learning journey in the order in which the resources are presented within the Praxis Al platform.  You are eligible to submit an invoice when you have completed the designated benchmarks according to the schedule below:

      • Complete Week 1, Week 2, and Week 3 activities. At the beginning of Week 4, submit an invoice to Ms. Charette (rcharette@aihec.org) for $300.00.
      • Complete Week 4, Week 5, and Week 6 activities. At the beginning of Week 7, submit an invoice to Ms. Charette for $300.00
      • Complete Week 8, Week 9, and Week 10 activities. At the conclusion of Week 10, submit your final invoice to Ms. Charette for $400.00

Recruitment:  AIHEC/Aseto’ne Networking Project encourage Aseto’ne Institute participants to help recruit students to the Aseto’ne Institute, peer mentors, and faculty/professional mentors.  Recruitment materials are available for your use from the Mentor Coordinator.

On-Boarding Documents:

    1. Praxis learning platform instructions
    2. Institute Weekly Calendar
    3. Invoice template
    4. Recruitment documents: Institute, Student testimonial, Medicine Shield, and Mentoring

Staff Contacts

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