The Mentoring Induction Project: Supporting Beginning Special Education Professionals--

White, Marlene; Mason, Christine; Hoffengardner, Sandra
November 2001
Teaching Exceptional Children;Nov/Dec2001, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p89
Academic Journal
Examines the curriculum concerns of special education teachers in the United States. Implementation of the Mentoring Induction Project; Development of guidelines for effectivity of mentoring program; Methods of assistance by mentors.


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