A series of essays on mentoring issues in education, which includes discussion of the political and historical aspects of mentoring, the mentor-student relationship and the generic skills approach to mentoring.Introduction Our title comes from reflecting on the role of the original Mentor in HomerAls Odyssey: ... given all his house in charge, that it should obey the old man and that he should keep all things safeAl (Book 2, p.226 ff.). Odysseus, who would have inducted his son into the skills of leadership, has gone away to fight at Troy and then, on his lengthy ... the proceedings, but as a reminder that there areother, powerful traditions of thinking about questions of leadership, power, authority and.
|Title||:||Mentoring: Perspectives on School-based Teacher Education|
|Author||:||Hagger, H., Mcintyre, D.|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-07-04|