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Ensuring Effective Mentoring in Tertiary Institutions in Anambra State

EC Okereke

Abstract


This paper concerns itself only with ascertaining the strategies that could ensure effective mentoring in tertiary institutions. The survey method was employed. The study population comprised 78 teacher educators in tertiary institutions in Anambra State. One research question guided the study while one null hypothesis was tested at 0.05 level of significance using t-test statistics. A structured questionnaire was used to gather data for the study. The results showed that there was a commonality of views by the two groups of respondents (Teachers in public and private tertiary institutions) on the various strategies for ensuring effective mentoring in tertiary institutions. It is recommended that 1. Public and private tertiary institutions in Anambra State should adapt to change and develop at their own pace, in response to the demands of the time. 2. Identified strategies should be adopted by the institutions to ensure the effectiveness of mentoring in public and private tertiary institutions in Anambra State.

Key words: Mentoring; Business Education programme




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