New Teacher Orientation: A Practical Guide for School Administrators

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1996 - Education - 260 pages
This essential guide to orientation for principals and school administrators offers real-life examples of successful orientation programs to help you take the guesswork out of planning. Not only will you learn how to make new teachers feel welcome, you'll find problem-solving tips and techniques to help them stay on track and enthusiastic throughout the year. In addition, checklists and forms are provided to help make the planning process hassle-free for you. Complete with materials to hand out to new teachers, this is the only resource you'll need to get off to a good start every year!
 

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Contents

Section 1
vii
4 Regular discussion helps new teachers
7
It teaches new teachers your style
12
Department or team chairpersons should
24
Principals make good workshop instructors
37
Technology workshop should be included
43
Chapter
5-1
Help teachers understand the citizens Chapter 8
5-6
Chapter 1
1-1
Easytouse faculty handbook makes Tell the new teacher
1-6
The first day of class
1-7
Chapter 2
2-1
Write the problem downnow
2-7
Chapter 3
2-28
Develop good relationships with parents
2-34
Build positive relationships with colleagues
2-41

Section 3
91
Try these troubleshooting
111
Let new teachers
121
Section 4
127
17
135
Chapter 4
4-1
Stress management
Professional development
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