Week 1 of Facilitating learning in practice was written by Julie Messenger.
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Section 1.2: extract from: Clutterbuck, D. (n.d.) ‘Twelve habits of the toxic mentor’ (online). © David Clutterbuck.
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Table 4: extract from Section 2.1.2 of the NMC (2008) document Standards to Support Learning and Assessment in Practice, entitled ‘Competence and outcomes for a mentor’.
Activity 1: ‘What is mentoring?’, Jane Stubberfield, University of Plymouth (and JISC), released under a Creative Commons NC Sharealike Licence.
Activity 2: ‘What not to do when mentoring’, courtesy of School of Education and University of Hertfordshire.
Activity 3: ‘Qualities and skills of a mentor’, Jane Stubberfield, University of Plymouth (and JISC), released under a Creative Commons Non-Commercial Sharealike licence.
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