A Sense of Belonging: Sustaining and Retaining New Teachers
Too often, new teachers enter the profession excited to make a difference in the lives of children only to find themselves disillusioned and overwhelmed with the expectations of the classroom. In A Sense of Belonging, Jennifer Allen shares her stories and journey in creating an infrastructure of support for new teachers within her school district. A Sense of Belonging provides practical ideas on how to support new teachers while honoring the enthusiasm that they bring to the classroom.
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3 Administering and Analyzing Assessments
5 Meeting as a Group
6 Peer Observations
7 Using Student Work to Guide Instruction
8 Curriculum Planning
Where New and Veteran Teachers Learn Together
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