Mentoring English teachers in the secondary school : a practical guide / edited by Debbie Hickman

Contributor(s): Hickman, Debbie [editor]Material type: TextTextSeries: Mentoring trainee and newly qualified teachers: Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2020Description: xv, 175 pages ; 25 cmISBN: 9781138591363Subject(s): English teachers -- Training of | High school teachers -- Training ofDDC classification: 370.71
Contents:
Section 1: What Is Mentoring? -- 1. Models of mentoring -- Section 2: You As A Mentor -- 2. Understanding yourself and how your experiences influence your approaches to mentoring -- 3. What subject and pedagogical knowledge, understanding and skills does a mentor of beginning English teachers need? -- 4. Developing a mentor-mentee relationship -- Section 3: What A Mentor Does -- 5. Managing workload and student teacher well-being -- 6. Developing collaborative practice -- Section 4: Supporting The Development Of Beginning English Teachers' Knowledge, Skills and Understanding -- 7. What knowledge, skills and understanding do beginning English teachers need? -- 8. Supporting beginning English teachers to become reflective practitioners -- 9. Supporting beginning English teachers to support pupils' learning -- 10. Observing beginning teachers' lessons -- 11. Holding weekly debriefs -- 12. Developing the wider, professional role of the teacher -- 13. Continuing the mentoring of beginning English teachers beyond their initial teacher training
Summary: This practical guide will help school-based mentors of trainee or newly qualified English teachers in developing their own mentoring skills, whilst providing the essential guidance their trainees need as they navigate their new role in the secondary classroom. With analytical tools for self-evaluation, this is a key resource that will support and inspire mentors and help them identify both strengths and skills gaps to develop confidence and knowledge in their mentoring position. By providing practical tools such as tasks, feedback guides, further readings and examples of dialogue with trainees, this volume covers the knowledge, skills and understanding every mentor needs. Key topics explored include: Roles and responsibilities of mentors; How to develop a mentor-mentee relationship; Developing beginning English teachers' subject knowledge and expertise, including planning for pupils' learning; Managing workload and student teacher well-being; Developing collaborative practice; Developing the wider, professional role of the teacher. Filled with tried-and-tested strategies based on the latest research, Mentoring English Teachers in the Secondary School is a vital guide for mentors of English teachers, both trainee and newly qualified, with ready-to-use strategies that supprt and inspire both mentors and beginning teachers alike. -- From the Book
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Section 1: What Is Mentoring? -- 1. Models of mentoring -- Section 2: You As A Mentor -- 2. Understanding yourself and how your experiences influence your approaches to mentoring -- 3. What subject and pedagogical knowledge, understanding and skills does a mentor of beginning English teachers need? -- 4. Developing a mentor-mentee relationship -- Section 3: What A Mentor Does -- 5. Managing workload and student teacher well-being -- 6. Developing collaborative practice -- Section 4: Supporting The Development Of Beginning English Teachers' Knowledge, Skills and Understanding -- 7. What knowledge, skills and understanding do beginning English teachers need? -- 8. Supporting beginning English teachers to become reflective practitioners -- 9. Supporting beginning English teachers to support pupils' learning -- 10. Observing beginning teachers' lessons -- 11. Holding weekly debriefs -- 12. Developing the wider, professional role of the teacher -- 13. Continuing the mentoring of beginning English teachers beyond their initial teacher training

This practical guide will help school-based mentors of trainee or newly qualified English teachers in developing their own mentoring skills, whilst providing the essential guidance their trainees need as they navigate their new role in the secondary classroom. With analytical tools for self-evaluation, this is a key resource that will support and inspire mentors and help them identify both strengths and skills gaps to develop confidence and knowledge in their mentoring position. By providing practical tools such as tasks, feedback guides, further readings and examples of dialogue with trainees, this volume covers the knowledge, skills and understanding every mentor needs. Key topics explored include: Roles and responsibilities of mentors; How to develop a mentor-mentee relationship; Developing beginning English teachers' subject knowledge and expertise, including planning for pupils' learning; Managing workload and student teacher well-being; Developing collaborative practice; Developing the wider, professional role of the teacher. Filled with tried-and-tested strategies based on the latest research, Mentoring English Teachers in the Secondary School is a vital guide for mentors of English teachers, both trainee and newly qualified, with ready-to-use strategies that supprt and inspire both mentors and beginning teachers alike. -- From the Book

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