Items where SHU Author is "Hobson, Andrew"
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HOBSON, Andrew (2013). I have to give the impression I know what I’m talking about’: how teacher fabrication impedes professional learning and development, and external mentoring offers an antidote. Oxford Review of Education. (In Press)
HOBSON, Andrew and ASHBY, Patricia (2012). Reality aftershock and how to avert it: second-year teachers’ experiences of support for their professional development. Cambridge Journal of Education, 42 (2), 177-196.
HOBSON, Andrew (2009). On being bottom of the pecking order: beginner teachers’ perceptions and experiences of support. Teacher Development, 13 (4), 299-320.
HOBSON, Andrew, GIANNAKAKI, Marina-Stefania and CHAMBERS, Gary N. (2009). Who withdraws from initial teacher preparation programmes and why? Educational Research, 51 (3), 321-340.
HOBSON, Andrew, MALDEREZ, Angi, TRACEY, Louise, GIANNAKAKI, Marina, PELL, Godfrey and TOMLINSON, Peter. D (2008). Student teachers’ experiences of initial teacher preparation in England: core themes and variation. Research Papers in Education, 23 (4), 407-433.
HOBSON, Andrew and MALDEREZ, Angi (2013). Judgementoring and other threats to realizing the potential of school-based mentoring in teacher education. International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education, 2 (2), 89-108.
HOBSON, Andrew (2013). Teacher fabrication as an impediment to professional learning and development: the external mentor antidote. Oxford Review of Education, 39 (3), 345-365.