How to mentor beginning physical education teachers through the lesson planning process

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Abstract

Mentoring Physical Education Teachers in the Secondary School helps trainee and newly qualified mentors of physical education teachers in both developing their own mentoring skills and providing the essential guidance their beginning teachers need as they navigate the roller-coaster of the first years of teaching. Offering tried and tested strategies based on the best research and evidence, it covers the knowledge, skills and understanding every mentor needs and offers practical tools such as lesson plans and feedback guides, observation sheets, and examples of dialogue with beginning physical education teachers. Together with analytical tools for self-evaluation, this book is a vital source of support and inspiration for all those involved in developing the next generation of outstanding physical education teachers. Key topics explained include: Roles and responsibilities of mentors Developing a mentor-mentee relationship Guiding beginning physical education teachers through the lesson planning process Observations and pre- and post-lesson discussions Filled with the key tools needed for the mentor's individual development, Mentoring Physical Education Teachers in the Secondary School offers an accessible guide to mentoring physical education teachers with ready-to-use strategies that support, inspire and elevate both mentors and beginning teachers alike.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMentoring Physical Education Teachers in the Secondary School
Subtitle of host publicationA Practical Guide
EditorsSusan Capel, Julia Lawrence
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherRoutledge
Chapter11
ISBN (Electronic)9781138059658
ISBN (Print)9781138059658
Publication statusPublished - 21 Sep 2018

Publication series

NameMentoring Trainee and Newly Qualified Teachers
PublisherRoutledge

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