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Product NameCultivating High-Quality Teaching Through Induction And Mentoring
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Short DescriptionPaperback
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AuthorCarol A. Bartell
Page Count208
  • A description of the challenges that new teachers face
  • The key elements of an effective induction plan
  • The role of mentoring in a successful induction program
  • Information on induction in the most challenging setting-urban schools
  • Models and approaches to assessment during the induction periodThroughout, this book emphasizes a
Long Description

This indispensable handbook focuses on new teachers' needs whileemphasizing high-quality teaching through the use of standards-based teaching, teacher assessments, and reflective practice.

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