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Title: Palestinian novice teachers' perception of a good mentor
Authors: Kanan, Hana M. 
Baker, Ahmad M. 
Keywords: First year teachers - Psychological aspects - Palestine;Mentoring in education - Palestine
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Journal of Education for Teaching
Abstract: The perceptions of 40 novice Palestinian teachers about the attributes of a good mentor are examined. Data from structured and semi-structured in-depth interviews provided ndings which were analyzed qualitatively to determine the themes generated by the responses of the participants. Results of the study showed that Palestinian teachers do not differ signi cantly from their colleagues in other countries, although certain cultural variables tend to in uence this perception. The results are discussed in terms of their relevance to mentoring in general.
DOI: 10.1080/02607470220125778
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