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Across the Domains: Examining Best Practices in Mentoring Public School Educators Throughout the Professional Journey


reviewed by Sheri Williams & Joseph H. DeBonis — September 06, 2018

coverTitle: Across the Domains: Examining Best Practices in Mentoring Public School Educators Throughout the Professional Journey
Author(s): Andrea M. Kent & André M. Green (Eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1641131047, Pages: 268, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 06, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22495, Date Accessed: 12/14/2018 11:46:58 PM

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  • Sheri Williams
    University of New Mexico
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    SHERI WILLIAMS is an assistant professor of educational leadership in the College of Education at the University of New Mexico. Her scholarship focuses on relational and culturally relevant leadership in urban, rural, and tribal schools and communities. She is a certified trainer in cognitive coaching and a coach trainer in collaboration protocols. Her areas of interest include mentoring, coaching, networking, and professional development for school and system leaders. Her recent publications include works on fostering mentoring relationships among educators and instructional coaches, developing partnerships to shape outcomes in rural schools and communities, and sustaining cross-sector networks. As a Policy Fellow with the University Council of Educational Administration, she is currently involved in developing policy recommendations for effective professional development of school leaders. Prior to academia, she served as Manager of Instructional Coaches in a large urban district, a principal of four rural schools, and superintendent of two rural school districts in Colorado and New Mexico.
  • Joseph DeBonis
    University of New Mexico
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    JOSEPH H. DEBONIS is a graduate student in the College of Education at the University of New Mexico. His area of interest is academic advising. His current work involves the impact of college athletics on student athletes of color and the relationship between education and athletics. He has served as a valuable contributor as a graduate research assistant in the Department of Teacher Education, Educational Leadership, and Policy at UNM.
 
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