International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education: Volume 12 Issue 1


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Coaching and teaching performance in higher education: a literature review

Cheryl L. Burleigh, Margaret Kroposki, Patricia B. Steele, Sherrye Smith, Dara Murray

The purpose of this literature review was to identify best practices in coaching faculty within higher education and the subsequent benefits of effective faculty coaching programs…

The incubator: an innovative approach to professional development for beginning teachers and mentors

Rinat Arviv Elyashiv, Michal Levi-Keren

The present study focused on an incubator model for the absorption of beginning teachers into the education system. This new model is based on the cooperative approach. The study…

The role and place of mentorship for young people with blindness and low vision in educational contexts

Melissa Cain, Danika Rhiannon Blackstock, Melissa Fanshawe, Mahadeo Sukhai, Ainsley Latour

The purpose of this article is to understand the role and value of mentorship for young people with blindness and low vision (BLV) through their education and work journey and to…

A critical safe, supportive space: a collaborative autoethnography of a woman's academic mentoring circle

Amy Serafini, Shannon Calderone, Maritza Lozano, Melissa A. Martinez

The study examines the benefits and potential challenges of the mentoring circle as an innovative approach to mentoring among four cisgendered women faculty situated at 4-year…

Using bug-in-ear technology as a coaching technique: a scoping review

Tim Gander, Christopher Dann

This scoping review discusses how bug-in-ear (BIE) technology has been used to coach teachers and pre-service teachers in special education, general education and initial teacher…

Mentoring leaders of tomorrow: insights on the role of college directors

Fadzliyati Kamarudin, Donnie Adams

Mentoring is a crucial aspect of leadership development. However, the knowledge base about mentoring with regard to student leadership development is still emerging and has yet to…

New teachers' risk for stress: associations with mentoring supports

Lauren H. Boyle, Kristen C. Mosley, Christopher J. McCarthy

Although mentoring is increasingly hailed as one of the most critical components of US teacher induction programs, the corresponding research base has failed to provide conclusive…

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