Research on Teacher Induction: Teacher Education Yearbook XIV
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Titel: Research on Teacher Induction: Teacher Education Yearbook XIV
Herausgegeben von Julie Rainer Dangel
ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD EDUC
ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD EDUC
1. Februar 2006 - kartoniert - 320 Seiten
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Volume XIV of the Teacher Education Yearbook addresses research on teacher induction. It is designed to provide teachers and teacher educators with current research on and practical guidelines for introducing new teachers to educating.
Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Introduction Part 3 Comprehensive Approaches to Induction Chapter 4 Overview and Framework Chapter 5 From Mentoring to the Colorado New Consortium Chapter 6 Linking Teacher Induction, Teacher Developement, and Student Learning Chapter 7 Induction and Mentoring Chapter 8 Two Induction Models in One Urban District Chapter 9 Summary and Conclusions Part 10 Looking Closely at the Mentoring Experience Chapter 11 Overview and Framework Chapter 12 Understanding and Theorizing Exemplary Mentoring through the Use of Metaphor Chapter 13 Conversations about Teaching Chapter 14 Studying the Disposition of Mentor Teachers Chapter 15 Mentoring: A Serendipitous Professional Development Opportunity Chapter 16 Summary and Conclusions Part 17 Designing and Implementing Quality Mentoring Programs Chapter 18 Overview and Framework Chapter 19 A Longitudinal Study of the Effects of Mentoring Programs on Teacher Performance, Efficacy and Retention Chapter 20 The Perceived Effectiveness of a Graduate Teaching Fellows Program Chapter 21 Selecting and Training Mentors Chapter 22 There's Nothing Easy about Mentoring Chapter 23 Summary and Conclusion
Julie Rainer Dangel is an associate professor in early childhood education at Georgia State University and currently coordinates the department's doctoral program. Her research interests include teacher development and constructivist theory.
[Reseach on Teacher Induction's] overall topic, teacher induction and mentoring, has become extremely important in the field of education. ...[the] studies are both intriguing and informative. Recommended. CHOICE The 12 papers in this collection present recent research on different approaches to new teacher induction, the mentoring experience, and the effectiveness of mentoring programs. Topics include a comparison of two induction models in one urban district, mentor disposition as professional judgment and action, and the effects of a mentoring program on teacher performance, efficacy, and retention. Reference and Research Book News
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