- Author:Kay Kinder,Peter Earley
- Publisher:National Foundation for Educational Research (February 1, 1994)
- Pages:155 pages
- Subcategory:Schools & Teaching
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Initiation Rights book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read
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Kay Kinder, Peter Earley. This report from NFER draws on case studies of 'good practice' schools and LEAs to document the key features of effective induction for newly-qualified teachers. It includes an analysis of: NQTs' training needs. school induction programmes. It will be of great interest to all those involved in teachers' professional development both in schools (primary and secondary) and LEAs, particularly induction managers and mentors.
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Moreover, effective induction practices have evolved gradually, becoming a tacit part of teaching culture. Japan's teacher acculturation is characterized by significant teacher relationships; leadership and guidance; and further cultivated through professional development. However, undeveloped preservice programmes, oneway, ‘top–down’ pedagogical exchanges, and ineffective mentors are contentious issues, hampering teacher education reforms. Nevertheless, Japanese induction practices challenge us to ameliorate teacher education to focus more on the needs of beginning teachers.
Gallagher is an accomplished teacher and frequently invited speaker nationally, and presented a keynote address at the International Preschool Teachers’ Conference in Hangzhou, China as a guest of Zhejiang Normal University. She delivered a TEDx talk, entitled, The Healthy Child: Assembly Required in which Dr. Gallagher argued that the single most important feat of construction that our society undertakes is the assembly required to build physically, emotionally, cognitively, and socially healthy children.
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Recent papers in Mentoring and Induction for new teachers
Recent papers in Mentoring and Induction for new teachers. Creating Conditions for Strong Mentoring. In this article, the author identifies best practices for mentor selection, pairing, education, and implementation of mentoring programs for new teachers. Five classroom teachers who were new to our mentor training participated in the study to document the impacts of the PD sequence. The PD combined an in-person immersion into the components of effective science instruction with online modules centered on learner-supportive mentoring practices.
Induction is the support and guidance provided to novice teachers and school administrators in the early stages of their careers. Induction encompasses orientation to the workplace, socialization, mentoring, and guidance through beginning teacher practice. Comprehensive, high-quality induction consists of several key elements: a multi-year program. rigorous mentor selection and training. subject-area pairing of mentors and beginning educators.
The biggest challenge for any teacher is capturing each student’s attention, and conveying ideas effectively enough to create a lasting impression. As a teacher, to tackle this challenge effectively, you should implement innovative ideas that make the classroom experience much more lovable for your students. So here are 16 innovative ideas that will help you reinvent your teaching methods and make your classes more interesting. 1. Creative Teaching.