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Saturday, August 15, 2009

Hall and Locks’ Construct on the Six Ways that Teachers Implement an Innovation

In this section of the blog we are focusing on a body of knowledge about learning to teach that a mentor needs to understand in order to provide constructive assistance to their mentees.

In this post we will describe * Hall and Locks’ (1979) construct on the six ways that teachers implement an innovation as explained on the chart above. The chart identifies the six levels and categories of use, and the related teacher behavioral indicators.

On the next post we will examine the role of a mentee’s commitment to teaching as a variable in mentoring.

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