Students as partners beyond formal education: A mentoring partnership in the first year of teaching

  • Benjamin Luke Moorhouse The University of Hong Kong
  • Melanie Hye Min Oh Huizhen Academy, Ningbo, China
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Published
2019-07-17
How to Cite
Moorhouse, B., & Oh, M. (2019). Students as partners beyond formal education: A mentoring partnership in the first year of teaching. International Journal for Students As Partners, 3(2), 156-162. https://doi.org/10.15173/ijsap.v3i2.3893
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Reflective Essays