Friday, February 01, 2013

Article by Debi Khasnabis, Catherine H. Reischl, Melissa Stull, and Timothy Boerst in English Journal

Tags: boerst, khasnabis, reischl, teacher education, teaching and learning


An article titled “Distributed Mentoring: Designing Contexts for Collective Support of Teacher Learning” appears in the January 2013 (Vol 102, No 3) edition of English Journal, published by the National Council of Teachers of English. The article, authored by Debi Khasnabis, Catherine H. Reischl, Melissa Stull, and Timothy Boerst, describes and analyzes a model of mentorship in which mentees and mentors engage collaboratively in the study of teaching practice. This piece discusses one of the ways that teacher education interns, mentors and teacher educators work together in the Mitchell Scarlett Teaching and Learning Collaborative, and situates distributed mentorship in the context of current research in teacher preparation.

Cathy Hindman Reischl is Clinical Professor

Timothy Boerst is Clinical Professor

Debi Khasnabis is Chair, Elementary Teacher Education; Clinical Associate Professor

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