Supporting First Year Teachers – Podcast Episode 39 | Podcast Episode 39
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Classnotes Podcast (September 2, 2008) Becoming a good teacher is a process that requires years of experience and commitment. But from the first day in the classroom, new teachers are expected to assume the same job responsibilities as teachers who have taught for 20 years. And most face this task with little assistance or guidance during their first year of teaching. As we open a new school year, Dr. Adela Solís, an IDRA senior education associate, gives practical examples of things schools can do to support their new teachers and some strategies for new teachers during their first days with their students. Adela is interviewed by Bradley Scott , Ph.D., director of the IDRA South Central Collaborative for Equity.
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Show length: 20:58
Coaching and Mentoring for Novice Teachers
IDRA’s New Teacher Induction Model
“The Educator’s Best Friend”
e-Learning course (web site plays music)
A bilingual site for families and educators of English language learners
A community of educators networking for mutual growth and support in the teaching profession.
Non-commercial web site funded by The First Days of School Foundation, a nonpartisan, nonprofit, public benefit corporation. Founded by former teachers.
Online community for K-8 teachers
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