Ms Bakul is a new teacher at a middle school. She was excited to start teaching but was having trouble managing the behaviour of her students in the classroom. She reached out to her mentor, Ms Bhasundara, for guidance.
Ms Bhasundara listened carefully as Ms Bakul described the challenges she was facing with student behaviour. She could sense that Ms Bakul was feeling frustrated and overwhelmed. Ms Bhasundara asked open-ended questions to understand the specific issues she was dealing with and offered suggestions for managing student behaviour more effectively.
Despite Ms Bhasundara's efforts, Ms Bakul continued to struggle with student behaviour, and she was having trouble keeping her class focused and on task. Ms Bhasundara knew that she needed to delve deeper to understand the underlying issue.
What should Ms Bhasundara do as a mentor? Explain briefly.
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