ERIC Number: ED401254
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
Reference Count: N/A
Mentoring in Physical Education: Issues and Insights.
Mawer, Mick, Ed.
These chapters describe partnerships and mentoring programs in the United Kingdom for initial teacher education. Part 1: The Context contains two chapters: "Partnerships in School-Based Training: The Implications for Physical Education" (Patricia Shenton and Elizabeth Murdoch); and "What Is Mentoring?" (Michael Taylor and Joan Stephenson). Part 2: An insight into the Trainee's Perspective contains five chapters: "Changes in Physical Education Students' Anxieties and Concerns on School Experience: A Longitudinal Study" (Susan Capel); "Trainees' Concerns, Experiences and Needs: Implications for Mentoring in Physical Education" (Colin Hardy); "An Account of Laura's First Term on a School-Based PGCE Course" (Emma Tait); "Learning To Teach Physical Education in the Primary School" (Mick Mawer); and "Trainees' Views of Mentoring in Physical Education" (Chai Kim Yau). Part 3: Issues Concerning the Role of the Mentor contains four chapters: "Physical Education Mentors' Needs" (Ros Phillips, Ann-Marie Latham, and Joanne Hudson); "Supporting the New Generalist Teacher in the Teaching of Physical Education in the Primary School" (Mick Mawer); "Working Together: Roles and Relationships in the Mentoring Process" (Joanne Hudson and Ann-Marie Latham); and "Pedagogical Content Knowledge and Critical Reflection in Physical Education" (Tony Rossi). Part 4: An International Perspective contains two chapters: "Mentoring in the Australian Physical Education Teacher Education Context: Lessons from Cooking Turkeys and Tandoori Chicken" (Richard Tinning); and "Mentoring within Physical Education Teacher Education in the USA: Research Trends and Development" (Deborah Tannehill and Deborah G. Coffin). Chapters contain references. (JLS)
Descriptors: Beginning Teacher Induction, College School Cooperation, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Mentors, Partnerships in Education, Physical Education, Physical Education Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Student Teaching, Teacher Education Curriculum, Teacher Role
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Administrators; Teachers; Practitioners
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Identifiers - Location: Australia; United Kingdom; United States