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Teacher Induction Programs and the Mentoring Process: The CADRE Project
Unformatted Document Text:  Good, D. (1988). Individuals, interpersonal relationships and trust. In D.C. Gambetta (Ed.), Making and breaking cooperative relationships (pp.131-185). NY: Basil Blackwell. Kilbourn, B., & Roberts, G. (1991). May’s first year: Conversations with a mentor. Teachers College Record, 93(2), (pp.252-264). Kramer, R., & Tyler, T. (1996). Trust in Organizations. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Lambert, D. & Lambert, L. (1985). Mentor teachers as change facilitators. Thrust (April-May), (pp. 28-32). Lewicki, R.J., & Bunker, B.B. (1996). Developing and maintaining trust in work relationships. In R. Kramer & T. Tyler (Eds.), Trust in organizations. (pp.114-139). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. relationships. McAllister, D.J. (1995). Affect and cognition based trust as foundation for interpersonal cooperation on organizations. Academy of Management Journal, 38, (pp.24-59). Merriam, S. (1983). Mentors and protégés: A critical review of the literature. Adult Education Quarterly, 33, (3),(pp.161-173). Moir, E., Freeman, S., Petrock., & Brown, W. (1995). A Developmental Continuum of Teacher Abilities. Santa Cruz New Teacher Project: University of California at Santa Cruz. Peterson, P.L. & Comeaux, M.A. (1987). Teachers’ schemata for classroom events: The mental scaffolding of teachers’ thinking during classroom instruction. Teaching and Teacher Education, 3, 319-331. Ponticell, J., & Zepeda, S. (1994). Using problem solving in mentoring to assist a first-year teacher in working with diverse learners. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, February 12-16, Atlanta, GA. Worchel, P. (1979). Trust and distrust. In W.G. Austin & S. Worchel (Eds.), The Social Psychology of Intergroup Relations. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.

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Good, D. (1988). Individuals, interpersonal relationships and trust. In D.C.
Gambetta (Ed.), Making and breaking cooperative relationships (pp.131-
185). NY: Basil Blackwell.
Kilbourn, B., & Roberts, G. (1991). May’s first year: Conversations with a
mentor. Teachers College Record, 93(2), (pp.252-264).
Kramer, R., & Tyler, T. (1996). Trust in Organizations. Thousand Oaks, CA:
Sage.
Lambert, D. & Lambert, L. (1985). Mentor teachers as change facilitators. Thrust
(April-May), (pp. 28-32).
Lewicki, R.J., & Bunker, B.B. (1996). Developing and maintaining trust in work
relationships. In R. Kramer & T. Tyler (Eds.), Trust in organizations.
(pp.114-139). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. relationships.
McAllister, D.J. (1995). Affect and cognition based trust as foundation for
interpersonal cooperation on organizations. Academy of Management
Journal, 38
, (pp.24-59).
Merriam, S. (1983). Mentors and protégés: A critical review of the literature.
Adult Education Quarterly, 33, (3),(pp.161-173).

Moir, E., Freeman, S., Petrock., & Brown, W. (1995). A Developmental
Continuum of Teacher Abilities. Santa Cruz New Teacher Project:
University of California at Santa Cruz.
Peterson, P.L. & Comeaux, M.A. (1987). Teachers’ schemata for classroom
events: The mental scaffolding of teachers’ thinking during classroom
instruction. Teaching and Teacher Education, 3, 319-331.
Ponticell, J., & Zepeda, S. (1994). Using problem solving in mentoring to assist a
first-year teacher in working with diverse learners. Paper presented at the
annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, February 12-16,
Atlanta, GA.
Worchel, P. (1979). Trust and distrust. In W.G. Austin & S. Worchel (Eds.), The
Social Psychology of Intergroup Relations. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.


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