Scaffolding in Teachers development: Mentoring and Mentors in induction programs
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The need to carry out this research stems from the fact that the implementation of the induction and mentoring programmes in schools is very unequal in the different countries that make up the consortium, despite some common factors like the duration or the willingness to implement them by the headmasters.
INTELLECTUAL OUTPUT 1 – LOOP Landscape is a result of the research carried out by the project partners in Italy, Portugal, Greece and Germany. Its main goal is to provide a vision of what are the main problems teachers face these countries, what do teachers expect from mentoring and induction programmes and how we are going to meet their expectations.
Beneficiaries within the partnership
- Organisations in the countries making up the consortium, which include public and private entities;
- An associated public school, inserted in an Educational Territory of Priority Intervention;
- Professors of various scientific areas, teaching levels and career stages (beginners/experts); school leaders (directors and middle management).