International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Education Management | Bangladesh | Volume 12 Issue 9, September 2023 | Rating: 4.7 / 10


The Role of Mentoring as an Approach to Teacher Professional Development

Md. Kamruzzaman


Abstract: Mentoring clarifies a model by which new or less experienced teachers get an opportunity to enhance their comprehension and information just as plumbing their complexities with respect to their separate field. Mentoring is basically considered as a process through which a teacher can develop themselves professionally. On the other hand, professional development is a great concerning event of the current world. In this regard, mentoring and professional development are highly interconnected and this connection create a new approach that ensure quality of teaching - leaning environment and finally ensure quality of education. In the last couple of years, mentoring is considered as very important device regarding teacher professional development. It is also believed that mentoring plays a vital role for proficient and personal development. In this regard, the role of mentoring is holistic. It has also been proved as an operative technique of skilled improvement by many international researches. Therefore, mentoring has a significant need to improve teachers' information and on the off chance that it can help to progress a nation with the goal that the teacher network can share their insight and comprehension to each other. Mentoring especially upgrade the less experience teachers and provide a guarantee of quality teaching. Interestingly, it is also recognized as cost effective tool to enhance the teaching learning environment. In addition, mentoring unfolds the inherent qualities of a teacher and help to deduct reasonable difficulties and confinements of learning and proposed to survive. Finally, Mentoring could be considered as a wheel of a car that is called teacher professional development.


Keywords: Mentoring, Teacher, professional development, Educational Institution


Edition: Volume 12 Issue 9, September 2023,


Pages: 770 - 779


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