Enabling access to effective mentor support: ITT mentoring support available across a range of work-based learning providers

Samson, A. 2009. Enabling access to effective mentor support: ITT mentoring support available across a range of work-based learning providers. Final Report to the Westminster Centre of Excellence in Teaching Training in the Lifelong Learning Sector.

TitleEnabling access to effective mentor support: ITT mentoring support available across a range of work-based learning providers
AuthorsSamson, A.
TypeProject report
Abstract

The research explores the nature of six small work-based learning providers

in London and contrasts them to further education colleges. It identifies the

complexities of the sector and the issues facing providers in supporting their

own staff who need mentoring as part of their initial teacher training.

FileSamson_2009.pdf
KeywordsMentoring, work-based learning, supporting mentors, ITT, initial teacher training, professionalisation
Year2009
PublisherFinal Report to the Westminster Centre of Excellence in Teaching Training in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Publication dates
Completed2009

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