`A valuable and timely contribution to the Early Years field. This will be essential reading for all Early Years practitioners engaged in practice-based learning and will provide valuable guidance for all mentors in the field′ - Dr Rose Drury, Lecturer in Early Years, The Open University
Mentoring is an important part of good, professional practice. It provides a framework of support for continuous personal and professional development and is integral to the development of quality provision within early years.
This book is designed as a guide for all those involved in the mentoring process. The roles of the mentor and practitioners are carefully examined and chapters cover the following:
oThe role of the mentor
oThe characteristics of a good mentor
oHow mentoring supports personal and professional development
oThe diversity of early years settings and professional roles
oCase studies of mentoring in practice
Chapters include a mixture of relevant theory, practical suggestions, case studies, questions for discussion, activities for personal and professional development and suggestions for further reading. There are suggestions and examples of materials that may be used, and a glossary of key terms.
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