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Graham, P. (1997). Tensions in the mentor teacher-student teacher relationship: creating productive sites for learning within a high school English teacher education program’. Teaching and Teacher Education, 13(5), 513–527.

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Hobson,  A. J., Malderez, A., Tracey, L., Homer, M., Mitchell, N., Biddulph, M., Giannakaki, M. S., Rose, A., Pell, R. G., Roper, T., Chambers, G. N., & Tomlinson, P. D. (2007). Newly qualified teachers’ experiences of  their first year of  teaching: Findings from phase III of  the  becoming a teacher project. Nottingham:  Department for  Children, Schools and Families (DCSF).

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Hobson, A. J., Malderez, A., Tracey, L., Giannakaki, M. S., Kerr, K., Pell, R. G., Chambers, G. N., Tomlinson, P. D., & Roper, T. (2006). Becoming a teacher: Student teachers’ experiences of initial teacher training in England. Nottingham:  Department for Education and Skills (DfES).

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Birta-Székely Noémi 2005. Tanárképzés és reform? In: Civil Fórum. Kolozsvár (megjelenés alatt)

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M. Nádasi Mária. A közoktatási mentor szerepe a tanárképzésben.

Vámos Gabriella. Szakpolitikai implikációk.

Major Éva. Mentorképzés Nagy-Britanniában.

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Vámos Gabriella. Kezdő tanárok támogatása Kanadában.

H. Nagy Anna. A mentorképzés nemzetközi áttekintésének tanulságai.

M. Nádasi Mária (szerk.) 2010. A mentorfelkészítés rendszere, próbája, a mentorképzés szakterületi előkészítése. II. kötet.

M. Nádasi Mária. A közoktatási mentorképzési koncepció előkészítésének folyamatáról.

M. Nádasi Mária (alkotó szerkesztő). A közoktatási mentorképzés koncepciója – nyitott kérdések.

Dömsödy Andrea. Tanárjelölt és pályakezdő pedagógusok támogatása, mentorálása. Szemletanulmány a 2005–2009 közötti magyar szakirodalom alapján.

Czető Krisztina. Összefoglaló áttekintés a hazai gyakorlatvezető mentortanár-képzésekről.

Jáki Gábor. Tanárjelöltek és pályakezdő tanárok mentorálása az iskola világában.

M. Nádasi Mária. Tanárjelöltek, pályakezdők, vezetőtanárok a tanárrá válás kritikus szakaszairól. Tapasztalatok bemutatása.

Sági Mónika. Tanárjelöltek oktatással kapcsolatos nézeteinek alakulása a tanítási gyakorlat folyamán. Empirikus vizsgálat, szakdolgozat-részlet.

Antalné Szabó Ágnes–Major Éva. Elmélet és gyakorlat. A bölcsész mentorok képzésének tartalma és keretei.

Schróth Ágnes. A gyakorlóiskolák javaslata természettudományos mentortanárok képzésére.

Zsakó László. Javaslatok az Informatikai mentortanárok képzésével kapcsolatban.

Fótiné Hoffmann Éva. Gyakorlatvezető mentorok képzése a gyógypedagógiai terepgyakorlatok irányítására.

Madácsi Mária–Orosz Gábor (szerk.) 1985. Egyéni pszichológiai és pedagógiai gyakorlatok anyaga. Oktatási segédanyag. BGYTKF Pedagógia és Pszichológia Tanszék. Nyíregyháza.

Mayer József (szerk.) 2006. Egymásra utalva. Adalékok a mentorálás gyakorlatához. Országos Közoktatási Intézet. Budapest.

Stéger Csilla. 2010. A pályakezdő tanárok bevezető támogatási rendszerével kapcsolatos uniós törekvésekről. Pedagógusképzés. 2010. 1. szám. 35–54.


Dekiszkyné Fejér Rita. 2010. Mentor rendszer kialakulása és működése a gödi Piarista Szakiskola, Gimnázium és Kollégiumban. Németh Margit, K. bíráló tanár. Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem Pedagógiai és Pszichológiai Kar. Budapest.

Kováts Beatrix. 2006. Óramegfigyelési szempontsorok felhasználása a mentori munkában. Kollár Katalin, N. bíráló tanár. Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem Pedagógiai és Pszichológiai Kar. Budapest.

Tivolt Tímea 2010. Mentortanárok és tanárképzés német nyelvterületen. Nádasi Mária, M. bíráló tanár. Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem Pedagógiai és Pszichológiai Kar. Budapest.



"A mentorképzés kívánatos rendszere" konferencia, 1998. április 24., Budapest . 1998. Magyar Tudományos Akadémia. Budapest.

Mentorképzés helyzete és jövője Magyarországon. Konferencia. http://www.matisz.hu/Mentoralas-munkacs.265.0.html

A mentorálás jó gyakorlatainak bemutatása. Konferencia.

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