Researchers provide unitended mentoring to beginning teachers
What is it about?
After working as a researcher on a longitudinal, qualitative study for seven years, there was evidence that a trusted relationship with my participants had been established. I conducted a follow-up study to further study how the relationship impacted the participants' early years in the classroom.
Why is it important?
While trust is an established theme in the mentoring literature, how and who this trust may be established with is essential to further research. This study looks the importance of longitudinal, non-evaluative relationships in developing mentoring relationships.
The following have contributed to this page: Dr Lisa Andries D'Souza