The Research in Mentoring and Induction
- Return to Mentoring Information Categories List -
- Check out the page on this web site for "Benefits of Mentoring" which, in addition to the following links has info on research in mentoring.
- Center for Research in Educ Policy - Tenn. Beginning Teacher Follow-up Studies
- The Effectiveness of Mentors in Beginning Teacher Induction. This is an ERIC "Recent Resource" which includes about 50 annotated references. Cost is $5, from the ERIC Clearinghouse on Teaching and Teacher Education. The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. One DuPont Circle NW, Suite 610, Washington D.C. 20036, Phone (202) 293-2450 and FAX (202) 457-8095.
- Some Surprising Findings on How Teachers Learn to Teach, M. Kennedy, (1991). Educational Leadership 49 (3). pp. 14-17
- Teacher Mentoring: A Critical Review, Sharon Fieman-Nemser
- From Student of Teachers to Teacher of Students: Mentoring Around the Pacific Rim.
- This is a very thorough report and discussion of a research study of mentoring and induction in the countries all around the Pacific Ocean, including the USA. The study is presented in chapters complete with the conclusions reached about the impact of mentoring and induction and appendices with the questions and other protocols that were used to collect the data via site visits, phone calls, and interviews.
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