By Lennie Barblett and Catharine Hydon
As the working lives of early childhood educators become more complex and the demands on professional practice increase, it is essential to create spaces where professionals can seek targeted and timely support. Mentoring is an apt way to provide this support. It is a dynamic professional relationship that offers one of the most important mechanisms for improving the daily practice of early childhood educators.
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