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Author Louden, William, author

Title Mentoring in teacher education / William Louden
Published East Melbourne, Vic. : Centre for Strategic Education, [2015]
East Melbourne, VIC : Centre for Strategic Education, 2015


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Description 19 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm
regular print
Series Seminar series / Centre for Strategic Education, 1838-8558 ; no. 245 (July 2015)
Seminar series (Centre for Strategic Education(Vic.)) ; no. 245 (July 2015). 1838-8558
Summary In this paper, originally prepared for the Association of Independent Schools of New South Wales, Professor Louden discusses mentoring in teacher education, comments on theoretical models, including Hudsonâs five key components and Crasbornâs four roles in mentoring, and discusses how research and theory have impacted on practice in Australian state systems. He also provides examples of international work in the field, relating to both 1:1 mentoring and collaborative strategies. Professor Louden concludes that further development of mentoring, contributing to a single, national authentic assessment at the end of student's clinical education would be an important addition to the national professional system developed in Australia in recent years. [Author abstract]
Analysis Australia
Individualized programs
United States
Notes July 2015
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 17-19)
Notes In English
Subject Educational change -- Australia.
Educational change.
Educational leadership -- Australia.
Mentoring in education -- Australia.
Teacher orientation -- Research.
Educational leadership.
Teacher orientation -- Research -- Australia.
Teachers -- Training of -- Australia.
Author Louden, William.
Centre for Strategic Education (Vic.), issuing body
ISSN 1838-8558
ISBN 9781921823718