Using Megginson, Clutterbuck, Garvey, Stokes and Garrett-Harris's (2006) Mentoring in Action framework from the business world, the purpose of this study was to explain the mentoring process of selected teachers in secondary schools. This study specifically examined the mentoring relationship in differing school environments, the levels of mentoring in each environment, the aspects of mentoring not included in the framework, and the usefulness of this framework in the study of first year teachers.students could sit where they wanted and were not placed in a seating chart by Tom. There are two boys and one girl seated at the front of the room that are talkative. They appeared to be friends with ... of Tom Jonesa#39; Classroom. B OH B B B B B B G G G G G G G G G G G Field Note Vignette 1: Classroom Scene The environment in Toma#39;s. 68 Mentoring Relationships Diagram of Tom Jonesa#39;s Classroom.
|Title||:||Mentoring Relationships: A Mentoring in Action Explanation of a State Resident Teacher Program|
|Author||:||Shannan Leigh Bittle|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|