The author of this chapter coined the term judgementoring (Hobson, 2016; Hobson & Malderez, 2013), which is a process in which a mentor has an evaluative role over the mentee and/or overly directive approach to mentoring that harms the mentor/ mentee relationship. In an effort to diminish unhealthy mentor/mentee relationships caused by judgementoring, the author devised the ONSIDE Mentoring framework, implemented it in schools, collected data, and analyzed the data, which demonstrated benefits for mentor, mentee, and students alike.
|Title of host publication||The Art and Science of Mentoring:|
|Subtitle of host publication||A Festschrift in Honor of Dr. Frances Kochan|
|Editors||Ellen Reames, Linda Searby|
|Place of Publication||Charlotte, NC|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 2020|
- ONSIDE mentoring
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- School of Education - Professor of Education
- Teaching, Learning and Professional Lives Research and Enterprise Group