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Mentoring Physical Education Teachers in the Secondary School [electronic resource] : A Practical Guide.
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Title Statement
  • Mentoring Physical Education Teachers in the Secondary School [electronic resource] : A Practical Guide.
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  • Routledge, Milton : 2018.
Physical Description
  • 1 online resource (295 p.).
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  • Description based upon print version of record.
  • 6 What knowledge, understanding and skills does a mentor of beginning physical education teachers need?
Formatted Contents Note
  • Cover; Half Title; Series Information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of contents; List of Illustrations; Tasks; Case Studies; Contributors; An introduction to the series: mentoring trainee and newly qualified teachers; Introduction: A Practical Guide to Mentoring in Physical Education; The importance of mentoring; The purpose of this workbook; Website; Other resources; About you; Terminology used in this book; So,; Section 1 What is mentoring?; 1 Models of mentoring; Introduction; Objectives; Definitions of mentoring
  • The context in which you are working, which underpins your mentoring practiceEffective mentoring models; Summary and key points; Further reading; 2 Why mentoring?; Introduction; Objectives; What is mentoring?; School mentoring contexts for physical education specialists; Readiness to be a mentor; Benefits of mentoring; Benefits to you as mentor; Benefits to a beginning teacher; Benefits to pupils, the school and the profession; Qualities of an effective mentor; Summary and key points; Recommended resources; Section 2 You as a mentor; 3 About you as a mentor; Introduction; Objectives
  • People who have influenced youUnderstanding yourself; Values and beliefs about teaching physical education; Values and beliefs about mentoring beginning physical education teachers; Summary and key points; Further resources; 4 Beginning physical education teachers' expectations of their mentors; Introduction; Objectives; What makes a good mentor from the perspective of a beginning teacher?; Getting to know a beginning teacher; Beginning teacher induction programme; Support and development: Providing progressive responsibility; Beginning teachers' observation of experienced teachers' lessons
  • Monitoring/evaluating progressSummary and key points; Further resources; 5 Roles and responsibilities of mentors; Introduction; Objectives; Stages of beginning teacher development and the mentor's role; Key roles of a mentor; Being a role model to a beginning teacher; Observation by, and of, a beginning teacher in a teaching context; Providing regular meetings with a beginning teacher and other associated personnel; Co-planning and co-teaching with a beginning teacher to ensure a collaborative approach to the beginning teacher's personal ...
  • Supporting a beginning teacher to develop content and pedagogic knowledgeSupporting a beginning teacher's understanding of Safeguarding and Child Protection issues and safety and risk assessment ...; Responsibilities of a mentor; Building positive relationships between the mentor and a beginning teacher, including effective communication channels; Supporting a beginning teacher to reflect on their practice; Promoting the school's culture, ethos and values; Summary and key points; Further resources
Summary, etc
  • Mentoring Physical Education Teachers in the Secondary School helps trainee and newly qualified mentors ofphysical education teachers in both developing their own mentoring skills and providing the essential guidance theirbeginning teachersneed as they navigate the roller-coaster of the first years of teaching. Offering tried and tested strategies based on the best research and evidence, it covers the knowledge, skills and understanding every mentor needs and offers practical tools such as lesson plans and feedback guides, observation sheets, and examples of dialogue with beginning physical education teachers.Together with analytical tools for self-evaluation, this book is a vital source of support and inspiration for all those involved in developing the next generation of outstanding physical education teachers. Key topics explained include: Roles and responsibilities of mentors Developing a mentor-mentee relationship Guiding beginning physical education teachers through the lesson planning process Observations and pre- and post-lesson discussions Filled with the key tools needed for the mentor's individual development, Mentoring Physical Education Teachers in the Secondary School offers an accessible guide to mentoring physical education teachers with ready-to-use strategies that support, inspire and elevate both mentors and beginning teachers alike.
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  • 9781351671194
  • 1351671197
  • 9781351671187
  • 1351671189
  • 9781351671170
  • 1351671170
  • 9781315163444
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Mentoring Physical Education Teachers in the Secondary School helps trainee and newly qualified mentors of physical education teachers in both developing their own mentoring skills and providing the essential guidance their beginning teachers need as they navigate the roller-coaster of the first years of teaching. Offering tried and tested strategies based on the best research and evidence, it covers the knowledge, skills and understanding every mentor needs and offers practical tools such as lesson plans and feedback guides, observation sheets, and examples of dialogue with beginning physical education teachers.

Together with analytical tools for self-evaluation, this book is a vital source of support and inspiration for all those involved in developing the next generation of outstanding physical education teachers. Key topics explained include:

Roles and responsibilities of mentors Developing a mentor-mentee relationship Guiding beginning physical education teachers through the lesson planning process Observations and pre- and post-lesson discussions

Filled with the key tools needed for the mentor's individual development, Mentoring Physical Education Teachers in the Secondary School offers an accessible guide to mentoring physical education teachers with ready-to-use strategies that support, inspire and elevate both mentors and beginning teachers alike.

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