This page provides links to publications and research by members of the Global Youth Mentoring Network. Mentoring publications from other organisations can be accessed under the ‘Links’ pages of this website.
Policy and Practice Briefings:
School Based Mentoring: Frequently Asked Questions – Francisco Simoes
Málková, G. (2009). Zprostředkované učení (Mediated learning) . Praha, Portál.
Brumovská, T., Seidlová Málková, G. (2010). Mentoring. Výchova k profesionálnímu dobrovolnictví (Professional Mentoring in Education). Praha, Portál.
Seidlová Málková, G. (2015) Vývojový vztah fonematického povědomí a znalosti písmen (Developmental relationship of phoneme awareness and letter knowledge). Praha. Togga.
Clayden, J. and Stein, M. (2005) Mentoring young people leaving care ‘Someone for me’, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.
Brady, B, Dolan, P. Canavan, J. (2015) ‘‘He told me to calm down and all that’: a qualitative study of social support types in a youth mentoring programme’.Child And Family Social Work.
Brady, B., Dolan, P., Canavan, J. (2014) ‘What added value does peer support bring?: Insights from principals and teachers on the utility and challenges of a school based mentoring programme’.Pastoral Care In Education, 32, No. 4, December 2014.
Brady, B. and Curtin, C. (2012) Big Brothers Big Sisters Comes to Ireland: A Case Study in Policy Transfer. Children and Youth Services Review, Vol. 34, Issue 8, pp. 1433-1439.
Brady, B., O’Regan, C. (2009) Meeting the challenge of doing an RCT evaluation of youth mentoring in Ireland: a journey in mixed methods. Journal of Mixed Methods Research. Vol. 3, No. 3, July 2009.
Brady, B. and Dolan, P. (2009) Youth mentoring as a tool for community and civic engagement: reflections on findings of an Irish research study. Community Development. Vol. 40, Issue 4, 359. https://aran.library.nuigalway.ie/handle/10379/4468
Dolan, P., Canavan, J. Brady, B. (2008) Youth mentoring and the parent-young person relationship: considerations for research and practice. Youth & Policy, No. 99, Spring 2008.
Brady, B., Dolan, P. (2007) Youth mentoring in Ireland: weighing up the benefits and challenges, Youth Studies Ireland. Vol. 2, No. 1. Irish Youth Work Press.
Dolan, P., Brady, B., O’Regan, C., Russell, D., Canavan, J., Forkan, C. (2011) Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ireland: Evaluation Study: Report One: Randomised Controlled Trial and Implementation Report. Galway: Child & Family Research Centre.
Dolan, P., Brady, B., O’Regan, C., Russell, D., Canavan, J., Forkan, C. (2011) Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ireland: Evaluation Study: Report Two: Qualitative Evidence. Galway: Child & Family Research Centre.
BBBS Ireland Report 2 – Qualitative
BBBS Ireland Report 3 – summary
Brady, B., Canavan, J., Cassidy, A., Garrity, S., O’Regan, C. (2012) Mobilising Peer Support in Schools: An Evaluation of the BBBS school based mentoring programme. Dublin: Foróige Best Practice Unit.
Pinkerton, J. (2011) Constructing a global understanding of the social ecology of leaving out of home care Children and Youth Services Review. 33 , 12, p. 2412-2416.
Simões, F., & Alarcão; M. (2014). The moderating role of perceived competence in learning on mentored students’ school performance. Learning and Individual Differences, 32, 212-218. DOI: 10.1016/j.lindif.2014.03.009. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1041608014000557
Simões, F., & Alarcão, M. (2014)Teachers and school-based mentors for at-risk students: A qualitative study. Child and Youth Care Forum, 43(1), 113-133. DOI: 10.1007/s10566-013-9228-8 http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10566-013-9228-8
Simões, F., & Alarcão, M. (2014). Mentors and Teachers: Testing the effectiveness of simultaneous roles on school performance from a basic psychological needs satisfaction perspective. Instructional Science, 42(3), 465-483. DOI: 10.1007/s11251-013-9288-z. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11251-013-9288-z
Simões, F., & Alarcão, M. (2014). Promoting well-being in school-based mentoring through the satisfaction of basic psychological needs: Does it really count? Journal of Happiness Studies, 15(2), 407-424. DOI 10.1007/s10902-013-9428-9. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10902-013-9428-9