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Developing a Teacher Induction Plan

Developing a Teacher Induction Plan
A Guide for School Leaders

December 2005 | 168 pages | Corwin
To combat the growing challenge of teacher attrition, induction experts Brock and Grady offer a multiyear and step-by-step induction program that is not only aimed at orienting beginning teachers to the profession, but also outlines how to retain and develop these promising teachers for career long success.

List of Sample Exercises
About the Authors
1. The Players
2. Current Problems: Past Practices
3. Program Evaluation
4. School Culture
5. Program Foundation
6. The Orientation Component
7. The Mentorship Program
8. Classroom Management
9. Continuous Development
10. The Induction Plan
Resource A. A Teacher Induction Model
Resource B. Resources for Additional Information

"Schools and school systems of any size will find value in this book. Effective teacher induction is essential for those entering the teaching profession, and this book is an excellent guide for retaining and growing those new to our schools."

Frank Buck, Principal
Talladega City Schools, Tallladega, AL
Key features
  • Authors are successful Corwin authors, having written several books for us.
  • Authors work closely in districts in home state as well as regionally
  • Strong interest topic
  • Step-by-step approach that has great practitioner appeal.

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