Founded in 1943, ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development) is an educational leadership organization dedicated to advancing best practices and policies for the success of each learner.
GISD mentoring new teachers Gilmer Mirror The Gilmer School Board heard a report Monday night from Bruce Junior High School Principal Dawn Harris and Instructional Specialist/Teacher Diane Thomas on GISD's mentoring program for new and relatively...
Video: Mentorship for New Educators Helps Combat Teacher Burnout on PBS.
For years, education experts have warned of a crisis of teachers quitting the profession. As burnout increases and the teacher exit rates reach into the hundreds of thousands, WTTW's Ash-har Quraishi reports on how one nonprofit organization is fighting the retention problem with better mentorship.
During the past two decades, public schools (K-12) have begun to implement systems of mentoring teachers. These have often been aimed new teachers to ease the initial transition into the classroom, and thereby improve performance and productivity for the school system. Unfortunately, higher education has been less focused on formal mentoring. After a brief orientation and perhaps a one-day teaching workshop (usually optional), new faculty are often “on their own”. Many new instructors learn their craft by trial and error. Junior faculty members who seek out more experienced colleagues as mentors can benefit from their mentor's advice, while more senior colleagues can benefit from the fresh perspectives of newer faculty. In such a mentor-mentee relationship, both parties can benefit from the process. We prepared this document to help in this process.
For years, teachers have been leaving their classroom jobs at an alarming rate. While burnout increases and teacher exit rates reach into the hundreds of thousands, a nonprofit organization called New Teacher Center is combating the high turnover rates by mentoring new teachers.
Tim Boileau, an instructor in the Bayh College of Education's Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Media Technology, says of his mentoring relationship with Jamina Tribbett: "I act as a lifeline that lets her know she ...
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