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What successful mentors do [electronic resource] : 81 research-based strategies for new teacher induction training, and support / Cathy D. Hicks, Neal A. Glasgow, Sarah J. McNary.

Author/Creator:
Hicks, Cathy D.
Publication:
Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Corwin, c2005.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (xxii, 198 p.) : ports.
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Subjects:
Mentoring in education.
Teachers -- In-service training.
First year teachers.
Summary:
The authors present a synthesis of current educational research & extend its application to in-service settings. Strategies are organised into convenient categories that include developing teaching styles, time management strategies, classroom management policies, working with educational technologies, & more.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Introduction: The Mentoring Process Is a Journey, Not a Destination; Chapter 1 - Choosing the Best Strategies for Supporting New Teachers; Chapter 2 - Supporting New Teachers as They Interact and Collaborate With Students; Chapter 3 - Supporting New Teachers as They Organize Classroom Management and Discipline Policies; Chapter 4 - Supporting New Teachers as They Develop Strategies for Managing Curriculum and Pedagogy; Chapter 5 - Supporting New Teachers as They Develop, Use, and Evaluate Student Assessment Instruments
Chapter 6 - Supporting New Teachers as They Develop Personal Teaching Styles and Time Management StrategiesChapter 7 - Supporting New Teachers as They Develop a Variety of Strategies for Helping At-Risk and Special Needs Students Succeed; Chapter 8 - Supporting New Teachers as They Develop Strategies for Embracing and Celebrating Diversity; Chapter 9 - Supporting New Teachers as They Develop Strategies for Working With New Technologies; Chapter 10 - Supporting New Teachers as They Develop Positive Relationships With Parents and Community; Index
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Glasgow, Neal A.
McNary, Sarah J., 1967-
ISBN:
1-4522-9943-9
1-4833-2895-3
1-4522-8249-8
OCLC:
878133106