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.

chapter |10 pages


chapter 4|17 pages

Learning to Teach and Models of Mentoring

chapter 5|17 pages

Teachers' Expertise and Models of Mentoring

ByDonald McIntyre, Hazel Hagger

chapter 6|14 pages

The Impersonation of Wisdom

ByRichard Smith, Geof Alred

chapter 7|13 pages

A Model of Teaching and its Implications for Mentoring

ByRichard Dunne, Gareth Harvard

chapter 8|17 pages

Reflective Mentoring and the New Partnership

ByDavid Frost

chapter 9|19 pages

Are Mentor Teachers Teacher Educators?

chapter 10|24 pages

Mentoring for Teacher Development: Possibilities and Caveats

ByBob Elliott, James Calderhead

chapter 11|16 pages

The Wish of Odysseus? New Teachers' Receptiveness to Mentoring

Byus Tickle

chapter 12|14 pages

Correlation in Mentoring: An Enquiry-based Approach

ByPeter Lucas, Chris True