Teacher Induction

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Judy Reinhartz
National Education Association, Jan 1, 1989 - Education - 128 pages
The following articles are included in this publication on beginning teacher induction: (1) "The Teacher Induction Process: Preserving the Old and Welcoming the New. An Introduction" (Judy Reinhartz); (2) "A Synthesis of Research on Teacher Induction Programs and Practices" (Leslie Huling-Austin); (3) "School-Building-Level Variables and the Induction of New Teachers" (James D. Greenberg and Maurice C. Erly); (4) "Characteristics of Beginning Teachers in an Induction Context" (Sandra J. Odell); (5) "Providing Effective Induction Program Support Teachers: It's Not as Easy as It Looks" (Louise Bay Waters and Victoria L. Bernhardt); (6) "Independent Action: Case Studies of Its Role in Beginning Teachers' Induction (Carol P. Etheridge); (7) "Multiple Support: A Promising Strategy for Effective Teacher Induction" (Marvin A. Henry); (8) "Beginning Teachers: Sink or Swim?" (Leonard J. Varah, and others); and (9) "The Effects of a Planned Induction Program on First-Year Teachers: A Research Report" (Alvah M. Kilgore and Julie A. Kozisek). "Teacher Induction: An Annotated Bibliography" (John M. Johnston) is appended. (JD)

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Preserving
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SchoolBuildingLevel Variables
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Providing Effective Induction Program
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