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by Hannu L. T. Heikkinen,Hannu Jokinen,Päivi Tynjälä

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Supporting new teachers is a common challenge globally and the European Commission has recently emphasised the need to promote a lifelong continuum of teachers’ professional development by building bridges between pre-service and in-service teacher education.

Peer-Group Mentoring for Teacher Development introduces and contextualises for an international audience, a new model for teachers’ professional development; Peer Group Mentoring, (PGM). It is based on the constructivist view of learning, the idea of shared expertise, and the ‘Model of Integrative Pedagogy’ which emphasises the integration of different forms of expert knowledge in professional development.

This book explores the theoretical and practical background for developing the peer-group mentoring model, and provides important contextual information about the Finnish school system in which it was conceptualised, and also about teacher education. It presents several empirical studies on applying the PGM model with primary and secondary school teachers in different school contexts, and outlines future challenges; examining peer-group mentoring in the framework of wider practice architectures of teacher education.

The book is an indispensable reference tool for educationalists and education researchers interested in collaborative and dialogic learning, teacher professional development and school administration.


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Peer-group mentoring (PGM) is a new model designed to support the professional development of teachers in Finland. This study examines the experiences of mentees participating in PGM and potential differences in the experiences of teachers in general education and vocational education. It also addresses the mentees perceptions of the results of PGM with regard to the professional, personal and social dimensions of professional development.

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Päivi Tynjälä, Hannu L. T. Heikkinen. Abstract This article examines from the student perspective a new Finnish model of teacher development that uses the peer group mentoring (PGM) method for combining pre-service and in-service teache. More). The following challenges o.

Hannu L. Hannu L. Peer-group mentoring (PGM) is a new model designed to support the professional development of teachers in Finland. This study investigated participants’ conceptions of the ideal mentor and mentee in the Finnish model of peer-group mentoring (PGM). The importance of lifelong learning in teachers’ professional development has become increasingly topical issue globally. In teaching, especially the transition from education to occupation seems to be more challenging compared to other fields.

Teacher education and development as lifelong and lifewide learning. heikkinen, hannu jokinen and päivi tynjälä. Peer-group mentoring and the culture of teacher education in fi nland. Byjouni välijärvi and hannu . PART II Empirical studies on peer-group mentoring. The fi rst years as a teacher. Byeila estola, leena syrjälä, tuuli maunu. Mentoring as sustainable school development. Mentoring of new teachers as a contested practice: Supervision, support and collaborative self-development. HLT Heikkinen, R Huttunen, K Niglas, P Tynjälä. Dosentti, Jyväskylän yliopisto. S Kemmis, HLT Heikkinen, G Fransson, J Aspfors, C Edwards-Groves. Teaching and teacher education 43, 154-164, 2014. Kartta kasvatustieteen maastosta. Kasvatus: Suomen aikakauskirja 36 (2005): 5, 2005.

Автор: Heikkinen Hannu Название: Peer-Group Mentoring for Teacher Development Издательство: Taylor .

This book explores the theoretical and practical background for developing the peer-group mentoring model, and provides important contextual information about the Finnish school system in which it was conceptualised, and also about teacher education.

Hannu Jokinen studies School Leadership, WOMEN IN HIGHER EDUCATION . Publication Date: 2005. Lessons Learnt from Peer-Group Mentoring Experiments more.

Hannu Jokinen studies School Leadership, WOMEN IN HIGHER EDUCATION LEADERSHIP, and Cognitive Science. and Jessica Aspfors. The Induction Phase as a Critical Transition for Newly Qualified Teachers more. Publication Date: 2012.

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