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by Julie Rainer Dangel

Download Research on Teacher Induction: Teacher Education Yearbook XIV eBook
ISBN:
157886383X
Author:
Julie Rainer Dangel
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Schools & Teaching
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English
Publisher:
R&L Education (February 13, 2006)
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302 pages
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All of the above pedagogical components of an induction programme may be in place, but without a pastoral aspect (Dangel, 2006), bureaucratic improvements would amount to little

All of the above pedagogical components of an induction programme may be in place, but without a pastoral aspect (Dangel, 2006), bureaucratic improvements would amount to little. At all of the above schools, BTs glow with praise for the support they are receiving.

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Author: Rainer Dangel, Julie. Publication Information: Lanham, Md : Rowman & Littlefield Education ; : Association of Teacher Educators ile ortaklaşa yayınlandı. Physical Description: xviii, 302 s. : tbl. ; 23 cm. Series: Teacher education yearbook ; 14. Subject Term

The conceptual framework of the yearbook is based on a triadic definition of scholarship: the production of knowledge, the interpretation and synthesis of knowledge, and the application of knowledge

Georgia State University.

Georgia State University.

ABSTRACT Teacher education is under considerable scrutiny, and as often happens with critique, changes are imminent.

Induction is the support and guidance provided to novice teachers and school administrators in the early stages of their careers. Induction encompasses orientation to the workplace, socialization, mentoring, and guidance through beginning teacher practice. Comprehensive, high-quality induction consists of several key elements: a multi-year program. rigorous mentor selection and training. subject-area pairing of mentors and beginning educators.

Teacher education TE (TE) or teacher training refers to the policies, procedures, and provision designed to equip (prospective) teachers with the knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, and skills they require to perform their tasks effectively in the class.

Teacher education TE (TE) or teacher training refers to the policies, procedures, and provision designed to equip (prospective) teachers with the knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, and skills they require to perform their tasks effectively in the classroom, school, and wider community. The professionals who engage in training the prospective teachers are called teacher educators (or, in some contexts, teacher trainers).

Papers and posters relevant to any or all of the above would be appropriate for proposals to network 10. Symposia should have a clear overall theme, at least three different national contexts and some provision for focused discussion.

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. Each year, research reports on a particular topic (in this case, teacher induction) are submitted for publication in the Yearbook. All reports are blind reviewed, and two to four are accepted per division. Within divisions, the authors address a variety of issues, illustrating the complex nature of the topic. A responder, a recognized scholar in the field, synthesizes, interprets, and applies results drawn from the selected research papers in each division. By providing interpretations and possible application of research, as well as the research studies, this Yearbook offers recommendations, raises questions, and generates rich conversations about the issues of induction and mentoring.