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Mentoring is one of the fastest-growing areas of teacher development. It is essential to teacher retention in an age of teacher shortages and teacher recruitment.
Mentoring in Action walks mentors and their partners through a full school year of exercises addressing everything from lesson planning to behavior management. This book outlines how to identify and discuss difficult issues as mentors work together with their beginning teachers throughout the year.
Introduction: A Letter to the Readers
Components of a High Quality Induction Program
What is Induction?
A Plan for Induction
The Role of the Mentor
What Should a Mentor Strive for?
Expanding the One-to-One Model of Mentoring
Five Principles For Effective Mentoring
Acknowledging Who You Are and What You Bring to The Mentoring Experience
Building A Relationship With New Teachers
Creating Opportunities for Quality Conversations
Participating in On-Going Reflection
Maintaining a Professional Community of Learners
Mentoring In ACTION? What Does that Mean?
Part II. Month By Month Mentoring: A Guide to Quality Discussions Between Mentors and New Teachers
Why Do We Need a Mentoring Curriculum?
A Month By Month Timeline for Mentoring