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RESEARCH IN COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION Volume 4 Number 1 2009
Posted on April 23, 2009



The first issue of 2009 is now available at
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RESEARCH IN COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
Volume 4 Number 1 2009   ISSN 1745-4999

SPECIAL ISSUE
Mentoring and Teacher Induction
Guest Editors: JOAN STEPHENSON & STEVE BARTLETT

Joan Stephenson & Steve Bartlett. Introduction. Mentoring and Teacher
Induction, pages 1-3

Marion Jones. Supporting the Supporters of Novice Teachers: an analysis
of mentors' needs from twelve European countries presented from an
English perspective, pages 4-21

Teresa O'Doherty & James Deegan. Mentors, Not Models: supporting
teachers to be empowered in an Irish context, pages 22-33

Sou-Kuan Vong & Matilda Wong. Towards a Formalised Teacher Induction
System: the Macau experience, pages 34-41

Jim O'Brien. Teacher Induction: does Scotland's approach stand
comparison?, pages 42-52

Sue Hudson, Denise Beutel & Peter Hudson. Teacher Induction in
Australia: a sample of what's really happening, pages 53-62

Maria Assunção Flores & Fernando Ilídio Ferreira. The Induction and
Mentoring of New Teachers in Portugal: contradictions, needs and
opportunities, pages 63-73

Janet Draper & Victor Forrester. The Induction of Beginning Teachers in
Scotland and Hong Kong: getting it right?, pages 74-86

Lorraine M. Ling. Induction: making the leap, pages 87-96

Gayle A. Wilkinson. Supportive Induction Slows the Revolving Door, pages
97-110

Maxine Cooper & Joan Stewart. 'Learning Together, Shaping Tomorrow': new
teachers try new ways, pages 111-123


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