Retaining new teachers has never been easy and when the teachers are on the fast track in urban settings, turnover and retention are real problems. This book examines how schools can work to recruit, support, and somehow hold on to new teachers, many of whom have only limited formal preparation and experience in the classroom. Getting and Keeping New Teachers explores the orientation of new teachers, their lives in urban schools, and the key role of school leadership and strong collegiality, all of which combine in some cases to support and retain new teachers in important ways.... TO TEACHERS The most difficult problem many new teachers thus face is getting started, getting set up, and making the arrangements they need to ... Technology is integrated into almost all aspects of the curriculum and instruction. Every classroom has a SMART Board with ongoing professional developmental support.
|Title||:||Getting and Keeping New Teachers|
|Author||:||Bruce S. Cooper, Janet D. Mulvey|
|Publisher||:||R&L Education - 2009-11-16|