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A PRESERVICE - INDUCTION MENTORING BIBLIOGRAPHY


CASE STUDIES: USES IN PRESERVICE EDUCATION & INDUCTION

Bullough, R.V. (1990). Supervision, Mentoring and Self-Discovery: A Case Study of a First Year Teacher. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision. 5 (4). 338-360. The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Carter, K. (1988). Using Cases to Frame Mentor-Novice Conversations About Teaching. Theory Into Practice. 27 (3). 214-222. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

J.W. Garrison & Harrington, H.L., (1992). Cases as Shared Inquiry: A Dialogical Model of Teacher Preparation. American Educational Research Journal. 29 (4). 715-735.

Lakoff. G. & Johnson, M. (1980). Metaphors We Live By. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 232-233

McAninch, A.R. (1993). Teacher Thinking and the Case Method: Theory and Future Directions. New York, N.Y.: Teacher's College Press, Columbia University.

Shulman, J. & Colbert, J. (Eds) (1987) The Mentor Teacher Casebook. San Francisco. Far West Regional Lab for Educational Research and Development

Shulman, J. & Colbert, J. (Eds) (1987). The Intern Teacher Casebook. San Francisco. Far West Regional Lab for Educational Research and Development

Wasserman, S. (1993). Getting Down to Cases: Learning to Teach With Case Studies. New York, N.Y.: Teacher's College Press, Columbia University.

Wasserman, S. (1994). Using Cases To Study Teaching. Phi Delta Kappan. April 1994



COLLABORATIVE SCHOOL - UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS

Binker, J. B. and Neuberg, G. A. (1984). An Inservice Education Model: Teachers and Professors as Coequals. Journal of Teacher Education, 35 (6), 15-17.

Carpenter, R. L. and Mahlios, M. C. (1982). Functional Relationships Between Universities and Public Schools. Education, 102(4), 339-342.

Clark, D. & Guba, E. (1976). Research on Institutions of Teacher Education. Washington, DC: National Institute of Education.

Collins, R. L. (1983). Linking Higher Education and the Public Schools. Educational Forum, 48(1), 27-33.

Howey, K., Matthes, W., & Zimpher, N. (1987). Preservice Teacher Education, in Issues and Problems in Professional Development, The North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, Oak Brook, IL.

Russell, J.F. & Flynn, R. (1992). School-University Collaboration. A fastback by Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, Bloomington, In.



DESIGNING MENTORING - INDUCTION PROGRAMS

Hilton, C.D. (1988). An Induction Program That Invigorates The New and Experienced. Four conference papers describing aspects of a program developed by Franklin County Schools and Ohio State University

Hirsh, S.A. (1990). Designing Induction programs With the Beginning Teacher in Mind. Journal of Staff Development. 11 (4), 24-26.

Odell, S. (1990). Support for New Teachers. In Mentoring: Developing Successful New Teachers. edited by Bey, T.M. & Holmes, C.T.. Reston, Va: Association of Teacher Educators

Phillips, J.L. (1983). Establishing a Formalized Mentoring Program. Training and Development Journal. Feb '83: 38-43.

Sweeny, B.W. (1992). A New Teacher Mentoring Knowledge Base. Mentoring Resources. 3 (2). 1-4. The Mentoring Leadership & Resource Network, Wheaton, IL

Woolever, R.M. (1985). State- Mandated Performance Evaluation of Beginning Teachers: Implications for Teacher Educators. Journal of Teacher Education. 36 (2). 22-25

Zimpher, N.L. (1988). Mentoring Teachers: What Are The Issues? Theory Into Practice. 27 (3). 175-182. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio



EMPOWERMENT & ROLE CHANGES FOR TEACHERS

Bird, T. (1986). The Mentor's Dilemma. San Francisco: Far West Regional Lab for Educational Research and Development.

Bird, T., Little. J.W. (1985). From Teacher To Leader: Training and Support for Instructional Leadership by Teachers. San Francisco: Far West Regional Lab for Educational Research and Development.

Cornbleth, C. & Ellsworth, J. (1994). Teachers in Teacher Education: Clinical Faculty Roles & Relationships. American Educational Research Journal. 31. (1), 49-70.

Christensen, J. (1989). Resident Supervisor's Handbook. Evanston, IL.: National-Louis University

Johnston, J. et.al. (1976). School-Based Teacher Educators: Rationale, Role Description, and Research. Houston: University of Houston Teacher Center.



EQUITY ISSUES & MENTORING

Follon, S.E. (1983). Role Models and Mentors: A Study of the Career Patterns of Women in Higher Education Administration. Dissertation Abstracts International, 44, 681A. (University Microfilms No. 83-16.264).

Frasher, J.M. & Frasher, R.S. (1979). Educational Administration: A Feminine Profession Educational Administration Quarterly. 15 (2), 1-13.

Michael, C. (1980). Pilot on Mentoring and Women. Unpublished manuscript, Miami University, Miami, Ohio.

Quinn, B.J. (1980). The Influence of Same-sex and Cross-sex Mentors on Professional Development and Personality Characteristics of Women in Human Services. Dissertation Abstracts International, 41, 1498A. (Univ. Microfilms No. 80 23.454)

Shapiro, E., Haseltine, F., & Rowe, M. (1978). Moving Up: Role Models, Mentors, and the Patron System. Sloan Management Review, 19, 51-58



EVALUATION OF PRESERVICE MENTORING & INDUCTION PROGRAMS

Barnes, S. (1987). Assessment Issues in Initial Year of Teaching Programs. In Griffin, The First years of Teaching: Background Papers & a Proposal. 115-127, Chicago: University of Illinois at Chicago

Enz, B., et. al. (1988). Arizona Teacher Residency Project. Conference paper presented at the Association of Teacher Educators Leadership Academy on Planning & Implementing Induction & Beginning Teacher Support Programs, June 10, 1988

Huling-Austin, L. (1985). Teacher Induction Programs: What Is & Isn't Reasonable to Expect. R&DCTE Review. 3, 3: 1, 2, 5.

Huling-Austin, L. (1991). Mentor Teachers: What Exactly Are They Expected to Do? Centerpoint. The Texas Teacher Center Network. 1 (1), 7-21.

Katz, L., Raths, J., Mohanty, C., Kurachi, A., & Irving, J. (1981). Follow-up studies: Are they worth the trouble? Journal of Teacher Education, 22 (2), 18-24.

Schlechty, P. (1985). A Framework for Evaluating Induction into Teaching. Journal of Teacher Education. 36 (2), 37-41

Smith, S.D. editor (1981). Distinguished Company: Distinguished Program in Teacher Education Awards. Reston, Virginia: Association of Teacher Educators

Zimpher, N. & Loadman, W. (1985). A Documentation and Assessment System for Student and program development. ERIC Clearinghouse on Teaching and Teacher Educ. The American Assoc. of Colleges for Tchr Educ., Washington, DC



MENTORING ROLES

Beginning Teacher Assistance Program. (1986). Richmond, Virginia: Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Education

Huling-Austin, L. (1991). Mentor Teachers: What Exactly Are They Expected To Do?. Centerpoint. The Texas Teacher Center Network. 1 (1), 7-21.

Strobel, E. & Cooper, J. 1988). Mentor Teachers: Coaches or Referees? Theory Into Practice. 27 (3). 231-236. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Waters, C.M. & Wyatt, T.L. (1985). Toledo's Internship: The Teacher's Role in Excellence. Phi Delta Kappan, 66, 365-367. Bloomington, In.



MENTOR-PROTEGE RELATIONSHIPS

Bova, B.M. & Phillips, R. (1984). Mentoring as a Learning Experience for Adults. Journal of Teacher Education. 35 (3). 16-20

Feiman-Nemser, S., Odell, S, & Lawrence, D. (1988). Induction Programs and the Professionalization of Teachers: Two Views. Colloquy 1 (2): 11-19

Gehrke, N.J. & Kay, R.S. (1984). The Socialization of Beginning Teachers Through Mentor-Protege Relationships. Journal of Teacher Education. 35(3), 21-24

(also see Gray, W.A. & Gray, M.M. (1985) in "Overview")

Little, J.W. (1985). Teachers as Teacher Advisors: The Delicacy of Collegial Leadership. Educational leadership 43 (3), 34-36

Shulman, J. (1988). Look To a Colleague. Instructor. 97 (5), 32-34



OVERVIEW OF MENTORING

Galvez-Hjornevik, C. (1985). Teacher Mentors: A Review of the Literature. sponsored by the Research and Development Center for Teacher Education, Austin,Texas, Journal of Teacher Education. 37, 1: 6-11

Gordon, S. (1991). How to Help Beginning Teachers to Succeed. Alexandria, Va. Assoc. for Supervision and Curriculum Development

Gray, W.A. & Gray, M.M. (1985). Synthesis of Research on Mentoring Beginning Teachers. Educational leadership 43 (3), 37-43

Huling-Austin, L., Odell, S.J., Ishler, P., Kay, R.S. & Edelfelt, R.A. (1989). Assisting the Beginning Teacher. Reston, Va.: Association of Teacher Educators.

Kay, R.S. (1990). Mentoring: Definition, Principles & Applications. In Mentoring: Developing Successful New Teachers. edited by Bey, T.M. & Holmes, C.T.. Reston, Va: Association of Teacher Educators

Merriam, S. (1983). Mentors and Proteges: A Critical Review of The Literature. Adult Education Quarterly. 33 (3), 161-173.

Odell, S. (1990). Mentor Teacher Programs. Washington D.C.: National Education Assn.



PRESERVICE - BEGINNING TEACHER NEEDS - CONCERNS

Berliner, D. (1986). In Pursuit of the Expert Pedagogue. Educational Researcher 15 (7). 5-13.

Fuller, F.F. (1969) Concerns of Teachers: A Developmental Conceptualization. AERA Journal, 6 (2), 207-226

Herring, R. (1989). Psychological Maturity and Teacher Education: A Comparison of Interactional Models for Preservice Teachers. Doctoral dissertation, North Carolina State University. Raleigh, N.C.

Hord, S.M., Rutherford, W., Huling-Austin, L. & Hall, G. (1987). Taking Charge of Change . Alexanria, Va.: Association for Supevision & Curriculum Development.

Odell, S.J. (1989).Characteristics of Beginning Teachers in an Induction Context. In Teacher Induction, edited by Judy Reinhartz. Washington D.C.: National Education Association.

Paisley, P. (1987). The Developmental Effects of a Staff Development Program for Beginning Teachers. Doctoral dissertation, North Carolina State University. Raleigh, N.C.

Summers, J.A. (1987). Summative Evaluation Report: Project CREDIT. Terre Haute: Indiana State University, School of Education

Thies-Sprinthall, L. (1987). Preservice Teachers as Adult Learners. In Advances in Teacher Education Vol. 3, 35-56. M. Haberman & J. Backus, editors.. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Thies-Sprinthall, L. (1990). Support Groups for Novice Teachers. Journal of Staff Development. 11 (4), 18-22

Veenman, S. (1984). Perceived Problems of Beginning Teachers. Review of Educational Research. 54, 2 : 143-178

Weinstein, C. (1988). Preservice Teacher Expectations About the First Year of Teaching. Teaching & Teacher Education

(also see Gray, W.A. & Gray, M.M. (1985) in "Overview of Mentoring")



PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOLS - LABORATORY SCHOOLS


Anderson, C. editor. (1992). Visions of Change: A Report of the Clinical Schools Project. ERIC Clinical Schools Clearinghouse, American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Washington, D.C. (Describes Ford Foundation Sites)

Andreas, J. (1994). My First Impressions of Working With Children in a Lab School. The N.O.C.D.L.S. Bulletin, V.25, Willison, J. (ed.), Ypsilanti, Mi.

Brainard, F. (1989). Professional Development Schools: Status as of 1989. Occasional Paper No. 9. ERIC # ED 338568.

Carnegie Formum on education and the Economy. (1986). A Nation Prepared: Teachers for the 21st Century. Washington, D.C.

Darling-Hammond, L. editor (1994). Professional Development Schools: Schools for Developing a Profession. New York, N.Y.: Teacher's College Press, Columbia Univ.

Del Prete, T. (1990). Anna Maria College-Calvin Coolidge School Professional Development School Guidebook. ERIC No. 033930

Dill, V. & Stafford, D. (1994). School-Based Teacher Education. Phi Delta Kappan. Apri1994, Bloomington, Indiana

Dronka, J. ed. (1985). Study Backs Induction Schools to Help New Teachers Stay Teachers. ASCD Update. 29 (4): 1.6.

Holmes Group (1990). Tomorrow's Schools: Principles for the Design of Professional Development Schools. East Lansing, Mi.: ERIC No. 032871

Levine, M. (1989). Professional Practice Schools: Building a Model. American Federation of Teachers, Washington, D.C.

Levine, M. (1992). A Conceptual Framework for Professional Practice Schools, in Professional Practice Schools: Linking Teacher Education and School Reform. ERIC No. 033957

Nystrand, R. (1991). Professional Development Schools: Toward a New Relationship for Schools and Universities. Trends and Issues Paper No. 3. Clinical Schools Clearinghouse (Eric). The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Washington D.C.

Professional Development Schools and Educational Reform: Concepts and Concerns. ERIC Digest 91-2 (1991) Clinical Schools Clearinghouse (Eric). The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Washington D.C.

Professional Development Schools: A Directory of Projects in the United States. (1992). Clinical Schools Clearinghouse (Eric). The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Washington D.C. (Lists over 125 sites.)

Resources on Professional Development Schools: An Annotated Bibliography. (1993). Clinical Schools Clearinghouse (Eric). The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Washington D.C. (Lists over 100 citations.)

Sharpe, T. (1992). Teacher Preparation-A Professional Development School Approach. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. 63 (5), 82-87.

Stallings, J., Bossung, J. & Martin, A. (1990). Houtson Teaching Academy: Partnership Developing Teachers. Teaching and Teacher Education, 6 (4), 355-565

Willison, J. (ed.) (1994). The N.O.C.D.L.S. Bulletin, National Organization of Child Development Laboratory Schools, Ypsilanti, Mi.

Wisniewski, R. (1992). On Collaboration. Teacher Education and Practice. 7, (2), 13-16.

Workman, S. (1994). Empowering Lab School Staff. The N.O.C.D.L.S. Bulletin, V.25, Willison, J. (ed.), Ypsilanti, Mi.

Zimpher, N. (1990). Creating Professional Development School Sites. Theory into Practice, 29 (1), 42-49. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.



REFLECTIVE PRACTICE

Bowers, G.R. & Eberhart, N.A. (1988). Mentors and the Entry Year Program. Theory Into Practice. 27 (3). 209-213. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Brooks, D.M. (1986). Richardson New Teacher Induction Program. Final Data Analysis and Report. Eric Document Reproduction Service # ED 278 627.

Hannay, L.M. (1994). Strategies for Facilitating Reflective Practice: The Role of Staff Developers. Journal of Staff Development. 15 (3), 22-26.

Howey, K. (1988). Mentor Teachers as Inquiring Professionals. Theory Into Practice. 27(3). 209-213. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

LaBoskey, V.K. (1994). Development of Reflective Practice: A Study of Preservice Teachers. New York, N.Y.: Teacher's College Press, Columbia University.

Schon, D. (1987). Educating the Reflective Practitioner: Toward a New Design for Teaching and Learning in the Professions. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.



RESEARCH ON MENTORING

California Dept. of Educ. (1992). Success for Beginning Teachers: The California New Teacher Project. Sacramento, California

Griffin, G.A. (1985). Teacher Induction: Research Issues. Journal of Teacher Education, 36, 1. 42-46.

Huling-Austin, L. Putnam, S. & Galvez-Hjornevik, C. (1986). Model Teacher Induction Project Findings. (Report #7212). Austin; the Univ. of Texas at Austin, R & D Center for Teacher Education.

McDonald, F.J., et. al. (1983). A Study of Induction Programs for Beginning Teachers, study sponsor Educational Testing Service, funded NIE. ED 257 776-257 781



SCHOOL CULTURE & CONTEXT

Lortie, D. (1975). School Teacher. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Odell, S.J. (1994). Mentoring to Facilitate Professional Development. A paper presented at the 1994 annual conference of the Assn. of Teacher Educators, Atlanta, Ga.

Wubbels. T.. et. al. (1987). A School-Based Teacher Induction Programme. The European Journal of Teacher Education. 10 (1), 81-94.



STUDENT TEACHING & FIELD-BASED EXPERIENCES

Carter, K. et. al. (1988). Cooperating Teachers Conceptions About Teaching. Unpublished manuscript, University of Arizona Cooperating Teacher Project

Denner, B.W. & Kirchhoff, S. (1989. TheGahanna-Jefferson City Internship Program. Phi Delta Kappan. 71 (2). 166-167.

Glassberg, S. & Sprinthall, N.A. (1980). Student Teaching: A Developmental Approach. Journal of Teacher Education, 31 (2), 31-38.

Gotliffe, A. (1994). What Your Student Teacher Wants You to Know. Instructor. Jul-Aug.1994. Pgs. 82-83.

Guyton, E. & McIntyre, D.J. (1990). Student Teaching and School Experiences. In W.R. Houston (ed.) Handbook of Research on Teacher Education: A Project of the Association of Teacher Educators. 514-534. New York: Macmillan.

Koerner, M.E. (1992). The Cooperating Teacher: an Ambivalent Participant in Student Teaching. Journal of Teacher Education. 43 (1), 46-56.

Posner, G. (1993). Field Experiences: A Guide to Reflective Teaching. New York: Longman

Proefriedt, W.A. (1994). How Teachers Learn: Toward a More Liberal Teacher Education. New York, N.Y.: Teacher's College Press, Columbia University.

Richardson-Koehler, V. (1988). Barriers to the Effective Supervision of Student Teaching: A Field Study. Journal of Teacher Education, 39 (2), 28-34.

Schuster, J. & Stevens, K. (1991). Supervising Practicum Students: Establishing Competencies. Teacher Education & Special Education. 14 (3), 169-176.

Stahlhut, R. Hawkes, R. & Fratianni, J. (1988). Coaching Student Teachers to Elict Mentor Role Behavior From Their Cooperating Teachers. A paper presented to the American Assoc. of Colleges for Teacher Education National Conference in New Orleans, Feb. 1988

Thies-Sprinthall, L. (1984). Promoting the Developmental Growth of Supervising Teachers: Theory, Research Programs, and Implications. Journal of Teacher Education. 35 (3), 53-60

Tusin, L.F. & Williams, J.E. (1993). The Cooperating Teacher: Should I Agree to Supervise a Student Teacher? Illinois School Research & Development. 29 (3), 29-30. Illinois Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Vann, A.S. (1986). Student Teachers and the Building Principal...The Missing Link. Action on Teacher Education. 10 (4). 59-62.



TEACHER EDUCATION - PRESERVICE PROGRAM REDESIGN

Broudy, H.S. (1985). Variations in Search of a Theme. Journal of Educational Thought,19 (1). Page 37.

Commission on the Education of Teachers Into the 21st Century. (1990. Restructuring the Education of Teachers. Reston, Va. Association of Teacher Educators.

Clark, D., & Guba, E. (1976). Research on Institutions of Teacher Education. Washington, DC: National Institute of Education.

Goodlad, J.I. (1990). Teachers for Our Nation's Schools. San Francisco, Ca. Jossey-Bass.

Holmes Group (1989). The Holmes Group, Work in Progress: One Year On. E. Lansing, Mi

Howey, K. (1984). The Next Generation of Teacher Preparation Programs. A position paper prepared for the National Commission on Excellence in Education. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota.

Howey, K. & Zimpher, N. (1991). Restructuring the Education of Teachers: A Report of the Commission on the Education of Teachers Into the 21st Century, Association of Teacher Educators. Reston, Va.

Odell, S.J. (1990). A Collaborative Approach to Teacher Induction That Works. Journal of Staff Development. 11, (4).



THEORY & RESEARCH INTO PRACTICE

Argyris, C. (1993). Knowledge For Action: A Guide to Overcoming Barriers to Organizational Change. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Chochran-Smith, M. & Lytle, S.L. (1992). Inside/Outside: Teacher Research & Knowledge, New York, N.Y.: Teacher's College Press, Columbia University.

COPIS. (1988). A position statement by the Council of Professors of Instructional Supervision, adopted at the Fall 1988 meeting, San Antonio, Texas.

Hoy, W.K. & Miskel, C.G. (1987). Educational Administration: Theory, Research and Practice. pps. 1-8. 3rd edition, New York: Random House.

Purkey, S. C., & Smith, M. D. (1982). Effective Schools: A Review. The Elementary School Journal, 83 (4), 427-452.

Ryan, K. (Ed.). (1980). Biting The Apple: Accounts of First-Year Teachers. New York, Longman.

Shutes, R. (1975). Needed: A Theory of Teacher Education. Texas Tech Journal of Education, 2, 94-101.



TRAINING MENTORS AND PROTEGES

Lewis, M., Meadows, P., Sweeny, M. & Sweeny, B. (1996). Mentoring For ESL Teachers: A Mentor Training Manual. World Relief Refugee Services, Wheaton, IL (use with Seaman, A. (1996) Effective Practices in Teaching ES. World Relief, Wheaton, IL)

Sweeny, B.W. (1994a). Promoting the Growth of Preservice Teachers: A Mentor Training Manual. Published by Resources For Staff and Organizational Development, Wheaton, IL.

Sweeny, B.W. (1994b). Promoting the Growth of Beginning Teachers: A Mentor Training Manual. Published by Resources For Staff and Organizational Development, Wheaton, IL.

Sweeny, B.W. (1994c). Building the Mentoring Team: A Mentor-Protege Training Manual. Published by Resources For Staff and Organizational Development, Wheaton, IL.

Thies-Sprinthall, L. (1986). A Collaborative Approach for Mentor Training: A Working Model. Journal of Teacher Education. Nov-Dec. 13-20.



TUTORING AS A FIELD-BASED EXPERIENCE

Benard, B. (1990). The Case for Peers. Portland, Or: Northwest Regional Educ Laboratory.

Bloom, B. (1984). The Search for Methods as Effective as One-to-One Tutoring. Educational Leadership, 41 (8), 4-17

Cohen, P., Kulik, J. & Kulik, C. (1982). Educational Outcomes of Peer Tutoring: A Meta-Analysis of Findings. American Educational Research Journal. 19 (2), 237-248.

Gartner, A. (1992). A Peer-Centered School. New York: Nichols Publishing Co.

Gray, W.A. & Gray, M.M. (1987). Improving Teacher Preparation Through Formalized Mentoring. International Journal of Mentoring. 1 (2), 31-37.

Greenwood, C., Delquadri, J. & Hall, R. (1989). Longitudinal Effects of Classwide Peer Tutoring. Journal of Educational Psychology. 81 (3), 371-383.

Willis, J. & Crowder, J. (1974). Does Tutoring Enhance the Tutor's Academic Learning? Psychology in the Schools, 11 (1), 68-70. EJ 092500 (Eric)


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