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Coaching and Mentoring: Journal Articles

Journal Articles

Barnett, R. (2010) Knowing and Becoming in the Higher Education Curriculum, Studies in Higher Education 34 (4), 429-440.

Barnett, R. (2011) 'Learning about Learning: a conundrum and a possible resolution', London Review of Education 9 (1), 5-13.

Burlew, L.D. (1991) Multiple mentor model: A conceptual framework. Journal of Career Development. 17 (3) 213-221

Canning, N. & Callan, S. (2010). Heautagogy: Spirals of reflection to empower learners in higher Education. Reflective Practice, 11(1), pp. 71–82. Will need to be Interloan

Darwin, A. (2004) Characteristics ascribed to mentors by their protégés. In Clutterbuck, D. and Lane G. 2004 Will need to be Interloan

The Situational Mentor: An international review of competencies and capabilities in mentoring Aldershot. Gower. Will need to be Interloan

Fulton, J. (2013) Excellence in the mundane. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants. 7(3) p 142-145

Garvey, B. Alred, G (2000) Educating Mentors. Mentoring and Tutoring. 8 (2) 113-126.

Franklin, J. and Doran, J. (2009). ‘Does All Coaching Enhance Objective Performance Independently Evaluated by Blind Assessors? The Importance of the Coaching Model and Content’. International Coaching Psychology Review 4 (2), 128–44.

Grant, A. (2003b). The impact of life coaching on goal attainment, metacognition and mental health. Social Behavior and Personality, 31(3)

Greene, T. (2004) Academic coaching: A new approach to supporting student success, the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development. 26 (5) Will need to be Interloan

Griffiths, K. (2005). Personal coaching: A model for effective learning. Journal of Learning Design, 1(2), 55 65.

McCary, J., Pankhurst, S., Valentine, H. and Berry, A. (2011) A comparative evaluation of the roles of student adviser and personal tutor in relation to undergraduate student retention. Final report. Cambridge: Will need to be Interloan

Anglia Ruskin University. A comparative evalluation of the roles of student adviser and personal tutor in relation to undergraduate student retention: Final report. Retrieved from file:///C:/Users/lbdxc/Downloads/anglia_ruskin_what_works_final_report.pdf 

Sue-Chan, Christina, and Gary P. Latham. ‘The Relative Effectiveness of External, Peer, and Self-Coaches’. Applied Psychology 53, no. 2 (2004): 260–78.

Swartz, S., Prevatt, F. and Proctor, B. (2005), A coaching intervention for college students with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Psychology in the Schools, 42(6)

Sanders, J. and Higham, L. (2012) The role of higher education students in widening access, retention and success. A literature synthesis of the Widening Access, Student Retention and Success National Programmes Archive. [online]. York: Higher Education Academy. Available at: Will need to be Interloan

Smailes, J. Gannon-Leary, P. (2011) Peer Mentoring is a virtual form of support a viable alternative? Research in Learning Technology 19 (2) 129-142

Snowden, M., & Hardy, T. (2012). Peer mentorship and positive effects on student mentor and mentee retention and academic success. Widening Participation & Lifelong Learning, 1476-92

Terrion, J.L. Leonard, D. (2007) A taxonomy of the characteristics of student peer mentors in higher education: Findings from a literature review. Mentoring and Tutoring, 15 149-164 Will need to be Interloan

Turner, A., Hammond, C., Gilchrist, M. and Barlow, J. (2007), Coventry University students’ experience of mental health problems, Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 20:3

van Nieuwerburgh, C. & Tong, C. (2013) Exploring the benefits of being a student coach in educational settings: a mixed-method study, Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, 6(1), 5-24 Will need to be Interloan

Van Zandvoort, M., Irwin, J., and Morrow, D. (2008) Co-Active Coaching as an Intervention for Obesity among Female University Students. International Coaching Psychology Review 3 (3): 191–206.


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