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Mentoring in Schools: How to become an expert colleague
By Haili Hughes

Forewords by Professor Rachel Lofthouse and Reuben Moore.

With low early career teacher retention rates and the introduction of the Department for Education's new Early Career Framework, the role of mentor has never been so important in helping to keep teachers secure and happy in the classroom.

Haili Hughes, a former senior leader with years of school mentoring experience, was involved in the consultation phase of the framework's design - and in this book she imparts her wisdom on the subject in an accessible way.

Haili offers busy teachers a practical interpretation of how to work with the Early Career Framework, sharing practical guidance to help them in the vital role of supporting new teachers. She also shares insights from recent trainee teachers, as well as more established voices in education, to provide tried-and-tested transferable tips that can be used straight away.

 

 

Mentoring in Schools: How to become an expert colleague

 

Format: Paperback
ISBN: 1785835238
Published: April, 2021
Availability: Out of stock
Price: $22.95
Pages: 208