International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education: Volume 3 Issue 3


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Mentoring student teachers; a vulnerable workplace learning practice

Rachel Lofthouse, Ulrike Thomas

The purpose of this paper is to develop an understanding of mentoring as a workplace process. The mentees are post-graduate student teachers hosted in placement schools…

A year in the mentor's classroom: Perceptions of secondary preservice teachers in high-need schools

Rubén Garza, Ellen L. Duchaine, Raymond Reynosa

The purpose of this paper is to examine preservice teachers’ perceptions of their learning and teaching experiences in a mentor's classroom during a year-long field-based…

Differentiated coaching: developmental needs of coachees

Andrea Gallant, Virginnia Gilham

The purpose of this paper is to focus on teacher coachees’ perceptions of why some coaching goals (selected by coaches or coachees) were more achievable than others and…


The Protégé mentoring mindset: a framework for consideration

Linda J. Searby

The purpose of this paper is to define and describe the mentoring mindset in a protégé. The central research question was: What constitutes a mentoring mindset in a…

Do mental health stigma and gender influence MBAs’ willingness to engage in coaching?

Julia Anne Millard, Konstantin Korotov

While much research has been done on how attitudes toward therapy relate to engagement in it, the willingness to engage in coaching has not yet been studied. As coaching…

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