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Or even to the one that is more pressing for most mentors, ‘What do I have to do if I am a mentor’. 35 Michael Taylor and Joan Stephenson References BARLOW, S. ’, Nursing Times, 87, 1, pp. 53–4. CALDERHEAD, J. (1994) ‘Learning on the job’, Times Educational Supplement, 25 November, p. 13. CLARK, K. (1992) Speech to the North of England Education Conference, DES. CLUTTERBUCK, D. (1991) Everyone Needs a Mentor: Fostering Talent at Work (2nd edn), London, IPM. DALOZL, A. (1986) Effective Teaching and Mentoring, San Francisco, CA, Jossey-Bass.
WILKIN, M. (1992) ‘On the cusp: From supervision to mentoring in initial teacher training’, Cambridge Journal of Education, 22, 1, pp. 79–90. WITTGENSTEIN, L. (1968) Philosophical Investigations (2nd ed), Oxford, Basil Blackwell. G. (1984) The Mentor Connection, Homewood, IL, Dow Jones-Irwin. 37 Part Two An Insight into the Trainee’s Perspective 3 Changes in Physical Education Students’ Anxieties and Concerns on School Experience: A Longitudinal Study Susan Capel Introduction The Importance of School Experience1 in Initial Teacher Education Courses When we reflect on our own initial teacher education course many of us will identify school experience as that part of our course in which we learned most about teaching.
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