Mentoring in Schools has been reviewed!

23 April 2021

Pros


  • This book offers valuable advice to mentors in positively supporting early career teachers, going through eight of the standards set out in the ECF.

  • Guidance is offered for mentors on how they can help the mentee meet the standard, offering resources, additional reading, and advice to ensure that all concerned are engaged in the professional development.

  • This is a really handy book for teachers and school leaders who support newly qualified teachers in their school.

  • The book shares practical guidance to help teachers and school leaders in the vital role of supporting new teachers.

  • Haili shares insights from recent trainee teachers, as well as more established voices in education, to provide tried-and-tested transferable tips that can be used straight away.



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