ISBN-10:
1506345115
ISBN-13:
9781506345116
Pub. Date:
07/29/2016
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Mentoring in Action: Guiding, Sharing, and Reflecting With Novice Teachers: A Month-by-Month Curriculum for Teacher Effectiveness / Edition 2

Mentoring in Action: Guiding, Sharing, and Reflecting With Novice Teachers: A Month-by-Month Curriculum for Teacher Effectiveness / Edition 2

by Carol Pelletier Radford
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ISBN-13: 9781506345116
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Publication date: 07/29/2016
Series: Corwin Teaching Essentials Series
Edition description: Second Edition
Pages: 312
Sales rank: 255,876
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Carol Pelletier Radford is the Founder and CEO of Mentoringin Action.com. This team is a group of dedicated teacher leaders who offer expertise and resources in the spirit of paying it forward to support the success of students. The mission of Mentoring in Action is to empower mentors and novice teachers in realizing their full potential as effective teachers and emerging leaders.

Carol received her Ed D from Harvard University where she focused her studies on teacher leadership and professional development. She began her career as a public school teacher where she learned the value of student engagement, teacher collaboration, and using student voices to improve teaching practices. She served in higher education as a teacher, administrator, licensing officer, and alternative certification program director.

Carol is the author of three books that support novice teacher and mentor leadership development. Two books with Corwin Press; Mentoring in Action: Guiding, Sharing, and Reflecting With Novice Teachers 2e, and the companion book for novice teachers, The First Years Matter 2e, offer school districts a month-by- month curriculum. Her 3rd edition of Strategies for Successful Student Teaching guides the student teacher through the practicum, the job search and into the first year of teaching.

Dr. Radford is actively engaged in designing online mentoring graduate courses that use videos, reflective journals, and mindfulness practices. She is a passionate advocate of teacher leadership and the development of mentor leaders who can transform their district induction programs to bring joy back to the classroom.

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Author
Introduction: Welcome to Mentoring in Action!
Part I Inducting a Novice Teacher into the Teaching Profession
Induction Programs Must Prepare and Support Mentors
Mentors Are Teacher Leaders
Sustainable Mentoring
What Is Mentoring in Action?
Principles for Effective Mentoring
Qualities and Skills of Effective Mentors
Purposeful Mentoring Conversations
Part II Month-by-Month Mentoring: Supporting Novice Teachers
Why Do We Need a Mentoring Curriculum?
A Month-by-Month Cycle for Mentoring
The Transformation of a Teacher
Orientation to the School and Community: Resources and Values
Beginning the School Year Successfully: Creating a Community of Learners in the Classroom
Teaching for Understanding: Planning and Delivering Effective Instruction
Assessing Diverse Leaders: How do Teachers Know Students Have Learned?
Maintaining Balance: Teaching and Keeping the Students Interested
Beginning a New Calendar Year: Looking Back and Moving Forward
Engaging Students in the Curriculum: Focus on Content through Active Inquiry
Collaborating with Novice Teachers: Observing and Building a Trusting Relationship
Standards: Creating Meaningful Standards-Based Learning Experiences for Students
Assessing Students' Progress: High-Stakes Tests and Teacher Assessment
Completing the Year: Paperwork, Relationships, and Closing a Room
Final Reflection and Planning For Next Year: Retreat, Reflect, Renew

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