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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jeanne Nakamura; David J Shernoff; Charles H Hooker
|Description:||xxvii, 303 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Why mentoring? --
Part one. Three examples of good mentoring: The naturalist ; The physician-scientist ; The moralist --
Part two. How good mentoring works: Values, practices, and knowledge through the generations ; How values, practices, and knowledge are transmitted ; Supportive relationships as the context for intergenerational influence --
Part three. Promoting good mentoring: What have we learned? ; Where do we go from here? --
Appendix A. Data collection, coding, and analyses --
Appendix B. Science apprenticeship study --
G2 and G3 interview questions --
Appendix C. Global code sheet.
|Series Title:||Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series.|
|Responsibility:||Jeanne Nakamura, David J. Shernoff, with Charles H. Hooker ; foreword by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi.|
"Having a mentor can be a great experience or it can be disappointing. As advisors, we know why it is important that students have a great mentoring experience, but often how to cultivate a great