Mentoring for Effective Teaching
The Australian award-winning Mentoring for Effective Teaching (MET) program (Office of Learning and Teaching, 2013) develops mentoring skills for advancing early-career teachers' practices with an emphasis on student differentiated learning. Teacher education is a partnership between universities and schools. Hence, the role of the mentor teacher (cooperating classroom teacher) is pivotal to the early-career teacher's development. The mentor’s role cannot be haphazard but needs to be planned and purposeful to maximise the development of our future teachers.
Queensland University of Technology, Faculty of Education.
Scope of Endorsement - BOSTES endorsement at the Highly-Accomplished career level:
TEDD has been made possible through funding from the Australian Government (DEEWR) and the commitment and
dedication of staff and students from Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane North Institute
of TAFE (BNIT), and Education Queensland school executives and teachers.
Our Professional Learning Community.
This project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.