This self-study examines the processes involved in e-mentoring novice STEM teachers while using a university-sponsored comprehensive online induction platform. During this self-study, I e-mentored three STEM teachers for four months. The self-study of teaching and teacher education practices (S-STTEP) methodology was used to study my own e-mentoring facilitation. Data were collected from interviews, online textual data, and my own personal reflective journals. By studying the process of e-mentoring, I gained a more thorough understanding of the challenges involved in e-mentoring novice STEM teachers. This research also helped me better understand the induction of novice STEM teachers through e-mentoring on a university-sponsored online induction platform.
Legler, Christian E.
"Supporting STEM Teachers through Online Induction: An E-Mentor’s Exploration in Cyberspace,"
Journal of STEM Teacher Education: Vol. 56:
1, Article 5.
Available at: https://ir.library.illinoisstate.edu/jste/vol56/iss1/5
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