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The authors review literature since 1997 of the effect of beginners' teachers conceptions and practice. The review includes the first approach using theoretical assumptions, the second approach analyses effects through teachers' report' and the third approach explores multiple data sources.
Updated: Oct. 26, 2008
An Alternative Conception of Mentor–Novice Relationships: Learning to Teach in Reform-Minded Ways as a Context
The article examines mentor-novice relationships, based on critical constructivist and social cultural perspectives. Teacher educators developed 16 types of mentor-novice relationships and demonstrate some of relationships as well as their consequences on reform minded teaching.
Updated: May. 12, 2008
The study explores the effects of induction into beginning teachers' ideas and practice of teaching. Three approaches to understanding the effect are: the assumed effects based on theoretical assumptions, the analysis of the effects through teachers' reports, and effects of using multiple data sources.
Updated: Mar. 27, 2008