- BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE BEST ON MENTORING -


Complied By Barry Sweeny

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From Teacher To Leader, discusses training and support for instructional leadership by teachers and the challenges of these newer roles, Tom Bird and Judith Warren Little, Sept. 1985, Far West Regional Educ. Lab, 1855 Folsom St. San Francisco, CA 94103, (415) 565-3000

The Mentor's Dilemma, a super resource for dealing successfully with the challenges of teacher leadership. Tom Bird and Judith Warren Little, Far West Regional Educational Lab, 1855 Folsom St. San Francisco, CA 94103, (415) 565-3000

The Mentor Teacher Handbook, Developed by the Evergreen Collegial Teacher Training Consortium under contract to the State of Washingto. Available from the Northwest regional Educ, Laboratory, 101 S.W. Main St, Portland, OR 97204. It is great for the practical "How to's".

Mentor Teacher Casebook. A collection of vignettes and responses to them written from the mentor's point of view. This is terrific for role playing in mentor training and problem solving activities., Available from Far West Regional Educational Lab, 1855 Folsom St. San Francisco, CA 94103, (415) 565-3000

Intern Teacher Casebook. A collection of vignettes and responses to them written from the new teacher's point of view. This is terrific for its focus on needs of new teachers and their reactions to their mentors. Available from Far West Regional Educational Lab, 1855 Folsom St. San Francisco, CA 94103, (415) 565-3000

Preparing Mentors for Work With Beginning Teachers. Wow! 300 pages with just about everything, including a word-by-word script for a 36 hour mentor training (which seems a bit more of a script than people may need). From Far West Regional Educ. Lab, 1855 Folsom St. San Francisco, CA 94103, (415) 565-3000


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