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D. Merrell and A. Hrynyshyn
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D. Merrell and A. Hrynyshyn, 2011 PhysTEC Conference (2011).
From 2008-2010 Al Hrynyshyn (Teacher-in-Residence) and Duane Merrell mentored 39 students, 27 who were certified to be secondary physic teachers. This effort has brought about some…
American Educational Research Journal
  
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97.19
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T. Smith and R. Ingersoll, Am. Educ. Res. J., 41 (3), 681-714.
Programs offering support, guidance, and orientation for beginning teachers during the transition into their first teaching job. This study examines whether such…
  
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95.25
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R. Ingersoll and J. Kralik
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In recent years there has been a growth in support, guidance and orientation programs – collectively known as induction – for beginning elementary and secondary teachers during the…
Teachers College Record
  
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94.84
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B. Yusko and S. Feiman-Nemser, Teach. Coll. Record, 110 (5), 923-953.
Though induction literature traditionally recommends separating assistance and assessment, there has been growing recognition that assessment is integral to promoting and gauging…
  
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K. Chval, P. Friedrichsen, and D. Teuscher
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K. Chval, P. Friedrichsen, and D. Teuscher, Supporting Mathematics and Science Teachers in the Induction Years (2005).
U.S. schools face a growing and critical shortage of qualified teachers, especially in mathematics and science, where the workforce is plagued with an insufficient supply of…
  
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E. Moir, D. Barlin, J. Gless, and J. Miles
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Teacher quality is the single most important lever schools have for raising student achievement. A substantial body of research indicates that new teachers are less able than their…
Science Teacher
  
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K. Shea and A. Greenwood, Sci. Teach., 74 (5), 30-35 (2007).
Most experienced high school science teachers are asked at some point to serve as a mentor to a novice teacher. While mentor-training programs have been established in many states,…
Review of Educational Research
  
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W. Jian and S. Odell, Rev. Educ. Res., 72 (3), 481-546.
This article analyzes literature on mentored learning to teach in ways consistent with the standards reform movement. It suggests that although reformers encourage mentoring for…
  
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D. Zollman
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Often a physics teacher, particularly one who is new to teaching physics, just needs an experienced colleague to answer a question about teaching, a particular physics topic, or give…
  
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72.06
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R. Trachtman, E. Koenigsberg, and M. Levine
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NCATE examines the potential of Professional Development Schools (PDS) to support new teacher induction through a survey designed to capture the current programs and practices of…
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