7 edition of Mentoring new teachers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 77-94).
|Statement||Hal Portner ; foreword by Gerald N. Tirozzi.|
|LC Classifications||LB1731.4 .P67 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 104 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||104|
|ISBN 10||0761946314, 0761946322|
|LC Control Number||2002007684|
The good mentor is highly committed to the task of helping beginning teachers find success and gratification in their new work. Committed mentors show up for, and stay on, the job. Committed mentors understand that persistence is as important in mentoring as it is in classroom teaching. A Reflective Guide to Mentoring and being a teacher-mentor. 2. 3 new teacher becomes more capable and confident. A mentor is not an instructor and the school, which often leads to a kind of practical wisdom that cant be printed in a book – this knowledge and know-how is invaluable to new teachers. Mentors come in all kinds of shapes File Size: 2MB.
This book includes step-by-step instructions to help experienced teachers become just as skilled at mentoring beginning teachers as they are at teaching. It describes how teacher mentors can: relate to their proteges in ways that establish good working rapport; assess how the mentoring is progressing and make necessary adjustments; coach proteges to help them continually improve their Author: Hal Portner. Mentoring new teachers. [Hal Portner] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for "This book captures the essence of mentoring and the process necessary to be an effective mentor." -- Kaye Dean, Elementary Principal.
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In addition to Mentoring New Teachers, he is the author of Training Mentors Is Not Enough: Everything Else Schools and Districts Need to Do (), Being Mentored: A Guide for Protégés (), Workshops that Really Work: The ABCs of Designing and Delivering Sensational Presentations (), and editor of Teacher Mentoring and Induction: Mentoring new teachers book State of the Art and Beyond () – all published by Corwin Cited by: The book makes a powerful case for using new teacher mentoring as an entry point for creating a strong professional culture with a shared, aligned understanding of high-quality teaching.
From Teachers College Record:Cited by: Why. Mentoring New Special Education Teachers will help administrators and other educators develop and sustain effective mentoring programs specifically designed for special education teachers, providing practical, field-tested activities and resources for both the mentors and the mentees, including such critical elements as:Cited by: 9.
For education leaders who oversee Mentoring new teachers book programs and those who provide professional development for mentors, this book looks at mentoring from the context of the research on effective mentoring and provides extensive guidance on how mentors can understand the needs of new teachers, build strong relationships with them, and coach them through an ongoing process of improving their teaching /5(4).
“The book gets straight to the point of mentoring and provides practical, doable strategies and guidance to mentors, as well as the opportunity to practice those strategies with immediate feedback. A short and easy read for people who need good advice but don’t have a lot of time to spare.”.
Susan Villani has been training teachers and administrators to become more effective instructors and leaders for over 30 years. A member of WestEd′s Learning Innovations, Villani specializes in consulting and professional development in the area of mentoring and induction programs for new teachers and principals, and collaborative coaching training for math and literacy coaches, as well as Author: Susan Villani.
Mentoring New Teachers is intended as a (1) self-instruction, how-to workbook for a serving or prospective mentor; (2) sourcebook for participants in and leaders of mentor training programs; (3) supplementary text for a seminar or a graduate-level course in educational leadership; and (4) practical resource for a school district's.
Mentoring new and veteran teachers is critical to meeting that challenge. New Teacher Mentoring: Hopes and Promise for Improving Teacher Effectiveness is a must read for educators who are serious about transforming America’s classrooms. — Beverly L.
Hall, superintendent, Atlanta Public Schools and National Superintendent of the Year. This book presents a guide for setting up a new teacher mentoring program. Chapter 1, "Relating," stresses the important part a relationship plays in the mentoring process.
A set of introspective exercises teaches ways to establish trust and pay attention to nonverbal by: is assigned mentors, who guide new teachers’ professional learning. Mentoring New Teachers: Action Areas Continuum of Support 1.
Rethink program elements that affect mentors. Address challenges that new teachers really face. Use a tiered process to respond to needs. January But not all mentoring programs effectively help new teachers. New teachers need to feel supported and valued.
When they attend meetings, they want to know their ideas count and that they are being heard. A mentor’s availability to listen is crucial.
Knowing that you are just a text away means so much to a new teacher who simply needs to connect with someone who understands. "A much-needed resource for teacher mentors. The new and updated strategies and practical approach will give mentors crucial support as they provide assistance and encouragement to new teachers.
Portner has clearly demonstrated the importance of both theory and practice in this practical guide."-Priscilla Miller, DirectorCenter for Teacher Education & Research, Westfield State CollegeA.
In addition to Mentoring New Teachers, he is the author of Training Mentors Is Not Enough: Everything Else Schools and Districts Need to Do (), Being Mentored: A Guide for Protégés (), Workshops that Really Work: The ABCs of Designing and Delivering Sensational Presentations (), and editor of Teacher Mentoring and Induction: The.
For education leaders who oversee mentor programs and those who provide professional development for mentors, this book looks at mentoring from the context of the research on effective mentoring and provides extensive guidance on how mentors can understand the needs of new teachers, build strong relationships with them, and coach them through.
Mentoring teachers is a practice that is viewed as a favorable strategy for preparing novice teachers for their new roles in education.
Pairing a veteran teacher with one just beginning a teaching career will reap benefits for the new teacher. “A mentoring program for new teachers is a critical component of the induction of new teachers into the profession.
It makes necessary connections between theory and practice, supports the professional and personal growth of beginning teachers and provides professional development opportunities for the mentor teacher.”. The Program Handbook: Mentoring Beginning Teachers is intended to assist classroom teachers, school administrators, school districts and locals in the development and implementation of a mentoring program for beginning teachers.
The mentoring of beginning teachers is a critical component of the induction of new teachers into the profession. ItFile Size: 1MB. Mentoring New Teachers by Hal Portner,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(4). *The role and responsibilities of the new teacher’s professional development team: the new teacher, the mentor teacher, the supervisor (typically the building principal), and the higher education representative.
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Guidelines for Induction and Mentoring and Mentor Teachers Mentoring is an essential part of the teaching tradition in New Zealand. There are guidelines for mentors and professional leaders to follow, to help them develop and implement a high quality induction and mentoring programme. As a result of an effective teaching mentoring program, new teachers will develop a strong sense of resilience to the challenges and changes that plague the field of education and cause teachers to flee.
Make every effort to make the new teacher feel welcomed and a part of the school family.Get this from a library! Mentoring new teachers. [Hal Portner; Gerald N Tirozzi] -- Hal Portner draws upon research, experience, and insights to provide a comprehensive overview of essential mentoring behaviors.
Packed with strategies, exercises, resources, and concepts, this book.Mentoring new teachers. [Hal Portner] This book includes step-by-step instructions that offer experienced teachers information for becoming just as skilled at mentoring as they are at teaching.
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