Teachers as Mentors: A Practical Guide

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Barbara Field

Barbara Field is a Senior Lecturer and Co-ordinator of School Experience at the University of New England. She taught secondary English and ancient history in State and Independent Schools in New South Wales for 25 years before moving into teacher education. Her work as Co-ordinator of School Experience makes possible her research in her current interest in the practicum for student teachers.

Terry Field

Terry Field is Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of New England. He taught secondary science in state schools in New South Wales before moving into teacher education. This has been his chief professional interest during his career. He was Principal of the Armidale College of Advanced Education before its amalgamation in 1989 with the University of New England.

Chris Husbands

Chris Husbands is Lecturer in Education at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, England, having previously taught History in urban comprehensive schools in London, Norwich and Hertfordshire. He has teaching and research interests in History education, Information Technology and school-based teacher education. He has co-ordinated, with over 40 secondary schools, the development of the University's school-based secondary teacher education program between 1991 and 1993. He has written a number of papers on school-based teacher education, on student teachers' professional learning and on History education.

Chris Kellett

Christine Kellett is a specialist teacher of Personal and Social Education and Religious Education at Fulford School, York. After fourteen years as Head of Year, she has now become Coordinator of Initial Teacher Education at the school. A trained counsellor, Christine has taught the Careers Guidance and Counselling option course at the Department of

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