Daniel H. Shapiro: The 5 Practices of the Caring Mentor – 268

By Steven Miletto

Teaching Learning Leading K12 provides resources for classroom teachers and school-based administrators.

Dr. Daniel H. Shapiro has served for over twenty years as a teacher, school counselor, mentor, and district leader in the Broward County Public Schools in Florida. This is episode 268 of Teaching Learning Leading K12.
He received National Board Teacher Certification in early adolescence/English language arts in 2006, earned his master’s degree in school counseling in 2009, and received his doctoral degree in education with a specialization in instructional leadership in 2012. His doctoral dissertation was entitled “An Exploration of the Role of Caring in Teacher Mentoring Relationships.”
During his career, Dr. Shapiro received the Florida Governor’s Shine Award for Inspirational Teaching. He was named a Broward County Public Schools 2014 Caliber Award winner and the 2015 Florida School Counselor Association (FSCA) Elementary School Counselor of the Year. 
He is now a school counseling specialist and provides mentoring and professional development to school counselors within the Broward County School District. He also serves as an adjunct professor of school counseling at Nova Southeastern University.
Dr. Shapiro is the author of The 5 Practices of the Caring Mentor: Strengthening the Mentoring Relationship from the Inside Out. He offers workshops on a variety of topics, is a keynote speaker and provides individual mentoring sessions. 
Dr. Shapiro lives with his wife and two children in South Florida.
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Length – 54:24