A newly qualified teacher's manual: how to meet the induction standards

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David Fulton, Jul 15, 2004 - Education - 128 pages
This latest edition offers practical and up-to-date guidance to newly-qualified teachers (NQTs) who are in their statutory induction period, with specific help in how to meet the Standards. Based on over two year's experience of running courses and researching provision for NQTs, the book looks at what NQTs are entitled to and how to make the most of it, as well as advising on how to demonstrate the meeting of the latest version of the QTS and Induction Standards. The book also, offers help in setting objectives and planning the individualized induction programme, illustrates potential problems and good practice with case studies and contains useful formats for planning and recording progress. The purpose of the book as a whole is to help NQTs to get a fair deal, and have a successful start to their teaching careers.

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Contents

The statutory induction arrangements
7
Setting objectives
24
The Induction Standards issues
39
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Sara Bubb is an induction consultant and coordinator of employment-based routes into teaching. She writes a popular weekly careers advice column in the Time Educational Supplement. She has written several books.

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