First-year teachers benefit from mentoring



By Kurt Landgraf

Good teachers produce good students. But how do we produce good teachers? And how do we keep them? One important way is to improve teacher professional development, starting with "induction" programs for beginning teachers.
Effective induction programs are built around a well-defined learning curriculum, combining mentoring with high-quality professional development to help new teachers reflect on and improve their classroom practice. Recent research show...

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