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|Genre/Form:||Handbooks and manuals
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|All Authors / Contributors:||
William L Fibkins
|ISBN:||9781607096764 1607096765 9781607096771 1607096773 9781607096788 1607096781|
|Description:||xi, 257 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Chapter 1 1 The Pressing Need for Administrators to Take on a Mentoring Role Chapter 2 2 A Vision of the Competent Master Teacher Chapter 3 3 Characteristics of the Effective Mentor Chapter 4 4 How Administrators Can Assess Their Mentoring Skills Chapter 5 5 Selecting and Training the Mentoring Team Chapter 6 6 The Mentoring Team in Action Chapter 7 7 Utilizing Mentoring to Jump Start the No Teacher Left Behind Era Chapter 8 8 Utilizing Mentoring to Provide a Second Act for Veteran Teachers Chapter 9 9 Serving as a Mentor without a Formal Mentoring Program Chapter 10 10 Making the Case for a Whole-School Mentoring Program|
|Responsibility:||William L. Fibkins.|
I highly recommend this new edition of Bill Fibkin's book on mentoring. Over the years, I have worked closely with teachers in both primary and secondary education. In my experience the well-trained,
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