Responses to Multiple Choice Questions (Frequencies)
During what periods of time were you involved, in any way,
in the mentoring program at Reed? (Check all that apply)
_0_ a) Summer, 2000 
b) Fall, 2000
c) Spring, 2001
Were your goals or expectations for the Mentoring Program
realized or not?
2: Fairly well
3: Limited extent
4: Little or not at all
During the school year, were you working primarily in connection
a)Introductory level courses
b)Upper level courses
d) Neither (please explain):
How many hours per week on average did you work for the mentor
program during the school year?
3 - 4
Approximately how many students did you mentor this past year?
#1 = 10, Mentor #2 = 6, Mentor #3 = 20
On the table below, please estimate the percentage of your
time that was spent in teaching in each of the listed situations.
Then, on the same table, please rank order the jobs in which
you felt you were most and least effective, with 1 being the
most effective (i.e., aided students the most)
jobs while assisting in labs
of time (%) (averages)
instrumentation (teaching students how to use lab equipment)
instructional aspects of lab equipment (i.e., its functions
working closely with a faculty member in connection with
one-on-one or group consultation with students regarding
design and implementation of student’s own research
technology or resource support (e.g., fixing/maintaining
computer programs or lab equipment)
helping students prepare lab reports
helping to grade exams, lab reports etc.
other (please explain): Photocopying and gathering materials
for lecture portion.
Did you spend any time on mentoring tasks not connected with
Yes: what tasks?
Did your involvement in the mentoring program affect your
performance as a student? If it did, please explain:
Has your experience as a mentor altered your plans for after
In what way(s)?
Would you recommend working as a mentor to other interested
_0_ c) No
Overall, how would you rate your experience in the mentoring
_1_ a)Very good
_1_ c)Sometimes good, sometimes not
_0_ e)Very disappointing
you very much for taking the time to complete this survey;
your responses will help to strengthen future mentoring programs.