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Itayanny Kantor is a s ien e tea her at Sharet 3unior 4igh S hool, K%arSa5a, Israel Ty&e of 'esource: Scholarly (Trade()ther% S holarly arti le that resents a resear h study Su!!ary of essentialinfor!ation: ã  #his is a sel%study that e6lores the instru tion o% a no!i e tea her 5y an e6ert 7entor as the 7entor alies the strategy o% asking 8uestions instead o% gi!ing ad!i e and guidan e in the %or7 o% telling. ã  #he strategy o% asking 8uestions led to riti al re9e tion anda hange in the aradig7 o% the no!i e and e6ert tea her relationshi. ã  #he no!i e tea her:s 8uestions or his ro%essional thinking hanged %ro7 ; a focus content-related or technical questions that arose during his classroom teaching to focus on pedagogical issue and his professional identity  < (.1=). ã  #he relationshi 5et>een no!i e and e6ert tea her e!ol!edinto a relationshi 5et>een ; olleagues< >ho >ould tea h and learn together. ã  #he re9e ti!e, non?udg7ental, dialogue 5et>een no!i e and e6ert tea hers strengthened the no!i e tea her:s sel% on@den e and ro%essional identity. “…a deep incisi!e and critical !ie of himself as a teacher and helped to moti!e him to disco!er his o n truths and teaching style < (.1) ã  #he dialogues also led to re%ra7e the e6ert tea her:s 7entoring style. ã ; Pitton #elie!es that mentors should resist this temptation and instead encourage no!ices to de!elop their o n teaching styles $%&&'( < (.1').  #otential relevance toyour research to&ic and study: ã  #his study e6a7ined the edu ational otential e75edded in the 8uestionasking strategy as a key 7entoring resour es %or the ro%essional de!elo7ent o% 5oth 7entor and no!i e tea her. ã  #he no!i e tea her e6erien ed un ertainty a5out tea hing the su5?e t 7atter and hoosing aroriate 7ethods. 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