Mentoring in Education: An International Perspective (Google eBook)

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Professor Cedric Cullingford
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Dec 28, 2012 - Social Science - 236 pages
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Mentoring is now established across the world as a central part of teacher training. This book, the first wide-ranging academic critique of the concept and its application, draws contributions from Europe, the USA and the Middle East.
  

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Contents

A Decade of Change? Mentor Groups Acting as Communities
11
A Status Report on Teacher Mentoring Programmes in the United
33
Mediating between Newcomers
57
A
107
Learning Mentorship in the Primary School
121
Sitting with Nellie? Subject Knowledge and the Role
135
Mentoring in the Academic World by Ulla Lindgren
153
Mentoring New Academic Staff in Higher Education
167
Rethinking the TutorStudent Experience
183
Afterword by Cedric Cullingford
209
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About the author (2012)

Cedric Cullingford is Professor of Education and is in charge of doctoral students at the University of Huddersfield, UK. He has published several books, including ‘Globalisation, Education and Culture Shock’ (Ashgate, 2005), with Stan Gunn, ‘Professional Development and Institutional Needs’ (Ashgate 2002), with Gillian Trorey, and ‘The Human Experience: The Early Years’ (Ashgate 1999).

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