Mentoring beginning teachers: What we know and what we don't

@inproceedings{Hobson2009MentoringBT,
  title={Mentoring beginning teachers: What we know and what we don't},
  author={Andrew J Hobson and Patricia D. S. Ashby and Martin Wedell and Peter D. Tomlinson},
  year={2009}
}
This article reports the findings of a review of the international research literature on mentoring beginning teachers. Research identifies a range of potential benefits and costs associated with mentoring, and suggests that the key to maximising the former and minimising the latter lies in the realization of a number of conditions for successful mentoring, such as the effective selection and preparation of mentors. We also highlight a number of limitations in the current evidence base on… CONTINUE READING
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