The mentoring of beginning teachers has not received enough critical examination. Argues that a body of knowledge does exist which forms a basis for a better theoretical understanding of mentoring as a concept, and as an activity within organizations. By drawing on literature beyond the field of initial teacher education, and on empirical work conducted by the author on the student‐in‐school experience, a case is made for the development of natural mentoring in schools.
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