Exploring Adult Educators’ Views About Mentoring as a Tool for Their Teaching Work-A Greek Empirical Study

Marios Koutsoukos


Since the Lisbon European Council in 2000, there has been a growing interest in the European in Europe concerning mentoring in adult education, which, however, has focused primarily on adult learners as beneficiaries, and is linked to their participation in educational programs, as well as their inclusion in the labour market. The aim of this paper is to present a research study aimed at exploring Greek adult educators’ views on mentoring. The findings indicated that adult educators are favourably disposed to mentorship and they describe a framework which incorporates the concepts of teamwork and reflection.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v10i3.5541


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