|James B. Rowley||University of Dayton, USA|
|© 2006||208 pages||6" x 9"|
|Paperback||ISBN:||9781412917674||$33.95||Add to Cart|
|Hardcover||ISBN:||9781412917667||$66.95||Add to Cart|
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"I recommend this book to mentor program coordinators who are looking to refine the training and practice of their existing mentors. It goes deeper into the process of mentoring and reflection."
Audrey Lakin, Teacher Induction and Mentoring Coordinator
Community Unit School District #300, Carpentersville, IL
"Rowley offers substance for mentors who have already been through initial training and who now have some experience. It's also a good book for experienced mentors to use as a 'tune up' for their mentoring skills."
Tom Ganser, Director, Office of Field Experiences
University of Wisconsin
"This is a fabulous book! I serve as a mentor principal, but I didn't receive much training in the how-to's of being a mentor. I wish I had read this book years ago!"
Becky Cooke, Principal
Evergreen Elementary School, Spokane, WA
"Rowley speaks with authority and integrity—authority from the perspective of being a mentor to mentors and integrity because he speaks from experience."
Lois Brown Easton, Educational Consultant and Author
"The author writes with great honesty and openness to provide wonderful information about mentoring processes and tools while providing a resource rich in reflective questions surrounded by thoughtful and meaningful quotes. A wonderful and helpful resource for all principals and mentors!"
Kathryn Kee, Leadership Coach
Past President, National Staff Development Council
"Reading this book can be energizing, given the wide-ranging ideas and experiences that have been collected by the author during years of teaching and conducting mentor training workshops across the country. The examples feel authentic and the information provided has a 'that-makes-sense' ring to it."
PsycCRITIQUES, May 2007
"The book's how-to approach makes it very straightforward, and Rowley uses appropriate examples to illustrate the various points being made or skills being presented."
Teaching Theology & Religion, April 2008, Vol. 11(2)
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