Mullen Carol A. (2005). Mentorship : Primer. New York : Peter Lang.
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ID no. (ISBN etc.): ISBN 0-8204-7630-7
BibTeX citation key: Mullen2005
Keywords: soutien scolaire, tutorat
Publisher: Peter Lang (New York)
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As accountability expectations for schools, universities, and businesses rapidly take root in Westernized countries, the wildespread importance of mentoring is indisputable. Current trends have escalated the role and practice of mentorship, aligning it with human performance, institutional reform, teacher education, leadership development, student learning, cultural diversity, and politic initiatives.
Althrough already a hot topic in educational research, new policy and legislative changes for success within K-12 public schools and, with
growing attention, higher education have secured the fate of mentorship.
The Mentorship Primer raises awareness about the value of mentoring and presents its changing and complex meaning for students, educators, and leaders. This comprehensive introduction covers three broad areas: the foundations of mentorship, technical mentoring, and alternative mentoring. Anyone searching for guidance in their profession or for a clearer picture of mentorship in its myriad forms will benefit from reading this book, complete with glossaries and references.
The Author: A scholar of mentoring theory and practice at the K-12 public school and university level, Carol A. Mullen received her Ph.D. in curriculum studies from The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Canada. She is Associate Professor of educational leadership at the University of South Florida, Tampa. Dr. Mullen's six previous books include Fire and Ice: Igniting and Channeling Passion in New Qualitative Researchers (Peter Lang, 2005) and Climbing the Himalayas of School Leadership: The Socialization
of Early Career Administrators (2004). Breaking the Circle of One (Peter Lang, 1997) won the American Educational Research Association's Exemplary Research in Teacher Education Award. Dr. Mullen is editor of the peer-reviewed, international journal Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning.
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