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Best Practices in Mentoring
- Advice from Experienced Mentors (CTE’s Excellence in Diversity Fellowship Program)
- Martini, Kirk. “Usually Nice, Always Helpful: A Mentor’s Approach.”
Selected Articles and Books
- Boice, Robert. “Lessons Learned About Mentoring.” New Directions for Teaching and
Learning, no. 50 (Summer 1992). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1992. 51-61.
- Moody, Joanne. “Good Practices in Mentoring.” Faculty Diversity: Problems and Solutions. New York, NY: Routledge Falmer, 2004. 129-135.
- National Center for Women and IT: Mentoring Women Faculty (program-in-a-box)
- Smock, Pamela J. et al. “Giving and Getting Career Advice: A Guide for Junior and Senior Faculty.” NSF Advance at the University of Michigan.
- Sorcinelli, M. D. “Principles of Good Practice: Supporting Early-Career Faculty.” American Association for Higher Education, 2000.
- Stanley, Christine A. and Yvonne S. Lincoln. “Cross-Race Faculty Mentoring.” Change, 37, 2005, 44-50.
Resources to Support Good Teaching
- Guidelines for Effective Peer Consultation about an Observation (Barnett, M.)
- Checklist Forms for Classroom Observations (Chism, Nancy. Peer Review of Teaching. A Sourcebook. Bolten, MA: Anker, 1999, 87-88.)