Mentoring preservice teachers: Recognising the importance of the teachers' personal and professional self in the mentoring relationship

Jackie Walkington

    Research output: A Conference proceeding or a Chapter in BookConference contribution

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSelf-Concept, Motivation and Identity: Where to from here?
    EditorsHerbert Martsh, Jurgen Baumert, Garry Richards, Ulrich Treuttwein
    Place of PublicationUniversity of Western Sydney
    PublisherSELF Research Centre, UWS
    Pages948-955
    Number of pages8
    ISBN (Print)1741080738
    Publication statusPublished - 2004
    Event3rd International Biennial SELF Research Conference - Berlin, Germany
    Duration: 4 Jul 20047 Jul 2004

    Conference

    Conference3rd International Biennial SELF Research Conference
    CountryGermany
    CityBerlin
    Period4/07/047/07/04

    Cite this

    Walkington, J. (2004). Mentoring preservice teachers: Recognising the importance of the teachers' personal and professional self in the mentoring relationship. In H. Martsh, J. Baumert, G. Richards, & U. Treuttwein (Eds.), Self-Concept, Motivation and Identity: Where to from here? (pp. 948-955). University of Western Sydney: SELF Research Centre, UWS.
    Walkington, Jackie. / Mentoring preservice teachers: Recognising the importance of the teachers' personal and professional self in the mentoring relationship. Self-Concept, Motivation and Identity: Where to from here?. editor / Herbert Martsh ; Jurgen Baumert ; Garry Richards ; Ulrich Treuttwein. University of Western Sydney : SELF Research Centre, UWS, 2004. pp. 948-955
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    Walkington, J 2004, Mentoring preservice teachers: Recognising the importance of the teachers' personal and professional self in the mentoring relationship. in H Martsh, J Baumert, G Richards & U Treuttwein (eds), Self-Concept, Motivation and Identity: Where to from here?. SELF Research Centre, UWS, University of Western Sydney, pp. 948-955, 3rd International Biennial SELF Research Conference, Berlin, Germany, 4/07/04.

    Mentoring preservice teachers: Recognising the importance of the teachers' personal and professional self in the mentoring relationship. / Walkington, Jackie.

    Self-Concept, Motivation and Identity: Where to from here?. ed. / Herbert Martsh; Jurgen Baumert; Garry Richards; Ulrich Treuttwein. University of Western Sydney : SELF Research Centre, UWS, 2004. p. 948-955.

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    Walkington J. Mentoring preservice teachers: Recognising the importance of the teachers' personal and professional self in the mentoring relationship. In Martsh H, Baumert J, Richards G, Treuttwein U, editors, Self-Concept, Motivation and Identity: Where to from here?. University of Western Sydney: SELF Research Centre, UWS. 2004. p. 948-955