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Mentoring Perspectives On School Based Teacher Education

Author: Hagger, H.
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135883521
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A series of essays on mentoring issues in education, which includes discussion of the political and historical aspects of mentoring, the mentor-student relationship and the generic skills approach to mentoring.

School Based Teacher Education

Author: Anne Campbell
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134099703
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First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Mentor Development For Teacher Training

Author: Anne Punter
Publisher: Univ of Hertfordshire Press
ISBN: 9781905313150
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The 34 scenarios that make up this book are based upon real-life teacher-trainee issues. They are designed to stimulate analysis of those issues, to help the formulation of possible approaches to deal with them, and to promote reflection on the role of the mentor as a practitioner, advisor, critical friend, and assessor. There is no single solution to each issue, but the material prompts an in-depth discussion of what the issues are and a consideration of how to manage the complex set of factors towards a resolution.

Understanding Mentoring

Author: Peter Tomlinson
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The current move to school-based mentoring offers the possibility of considerable improvement over traditional arrangements for initial teacher preparation. But this opportunity will only be realized if old assumptions about theory and practice are modified and new practices based on a better understanding of ways in which effective teaching may be acquired. Starting from the assumption that practising teachers already possess many resources relevant to mentoring, Understanding Mentoring offers practical strategies and programmes for mentoring in the context of recent work on intelligent skill development, professional thinking and learning, counselling and helping strategies, and the nature and assessment of teaching competence. It should therefore be a useful resource for teachers taking on a mentoring role, and for those engaged in training and academic courses on school-based teacher education.

Mentoring In Physical Education

Author: Mick Mawer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135716463
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This book examines factors surrounding the partnership between school-based training and mentoring in Physical Education. Contributors look at all angles of the collaboration between schools and higher education institutions, including: How mentor training programs are planned and the issues involved *Trainees' experiences of school-based training and mentoring *The needs of PE mentors in schools *A full explanation of mentoring Drawing on recent findings and the views of physical education teachers in the UK, Australia and the USA, the editor combines a wealth of information on factors which influence mentorship and the effectiveness of school-based partnership schemes.