4 edition of New teachers helping new teachers found in the catalog.
New teachers helping new teachers
Elizabeth A. McAllister
by ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading, English, and Communication, EDINFO Press in Bloomington, IN
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 115-119).
|Other titles||Preservice peer coaching|
|Statement||by Elizabeth A. McAllister and Gloria A. Neubert.|
|Contributions||Neubert, Gloria A., ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading, English, and Communication.|
|LC Classifications||LB2167.M3 M32 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||94049407|
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The amount and types of support that new teachers currently. When the editors of Rethinking Schools first conceived of this book, we thought back to our days as new teachers.
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Make New Teachers Part of Your Team. But new teachers also have great things that happen too. These teachers are going to be some of the fastest learners on your campus— they have to be.
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If I had it to do again, I would make a. Without clear expectations, teachers might mishandle records, skip over lesson plan procedures, and mismanage submissions into the online grade book. Administrators and/or mentor teachers can help teachers avoid such issues is by providing each new hire with a faculty handbook or welcome packet.
New teachers will find this resource particularly valuable and will benefit immensely from learning the tricks of more seasoned veterans. Tips from Veteran Teachers on Dealing with Parents Enlisting parents in their child's education is one of the hardest yet most rewarding undertakings for teachers.
New teachers working in isolation navigate a slow and painful learning curve. Using this trial-by-fire method exacts a high price on new teachers, their students, and the entire school community.
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Teachers Helping Teachers The Literacy Empowerment Foundation would like to acknowledge the many early elementary educators who selflessly help other educators. These generous people do things such as building websites that show different and exciting ways of teaching, giving informative presentations at conferences, mentoring new teachers.By Teachers Helping Teachers This is a reading response Tic Tac Toe board for students to use to help encourage responses to literature.
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