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Teacher Insights about Teaching, Mentoring, and Schools as Workplaces
There is evidence that beginning teachers who experience high-quality mentoring are not only retained in the profession at higher rates but also become competent quicker than those who learn by trialExpand
Online Collaboration: Supporting Novice Teachers as Researchers.
This article presents a descriptive study that examined the influence of using electronic mail (e-mail) to support novice teachers as they attempted to sustain action research projects in theirExpand
Teacher Fellows: A Graduate Program for Beginning Teachers
Abstract This article describes the Teacher Fellows Program, a unique school/university partnership that provides mentoring and induction at the graduate level. The program addresses first-yearExpand
The Case for a Third Alternative
Today, the nation is facing an unprecedented teacher shortage, which will undoubtedly result in increased attention to alternative certification programs as a possible means of addressing theExpand
Factors in the Selection of Secondary School Teachers
The move toward more heavily field-based teacher education pro grams and professional development schools has implications for sec ondary principals seeking to hire teachers. Unfortunately the stanExpand