Essential Mentoring Skills: A Practical Handbook for School-based Teacher Educators
At a time when schools face both increasing pressure on resources and new responsibilities as educators of tomorrow's teachers, this book provides a guide to making mentoring successful for both mentor and student teacher. It brings together recent work in the field, new research and, particularly, the author's own experience as a practising mentor.
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