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Articles on Mentoring

Here is a list of articles about mentoring for new teachers.

How To Coach Through The Stages Of Learning In 3 Simple Steps

One of the roles of a coach is to be a guide and a support while the coachee is developing a new skill or learning a new concept. But often times, coachees are blind to the need for development and learning... Did you work on this visual? Claim credit!

Teachers Share Our Best Tips for Student Teachers | Scholastic.com

Teachers Share Our Best Tips for Student Teachers Student teaching may be the most nerve-racking, and at the same time, the most rewarding experience you will ever have as a teacher. The months spent student teaching are your chance to shine and make a great impression - something you definitely want to do if landing a job quickly is your ultimate goal.

11 Things Coaches Should Look For in Classroom Observations

Categories: Instructional Coaching I received a handout at a workshop I recently attended on different factors coaches can look for in classroom observations. Collecting quality evidence during observations and presenting it in a clear manner to teachers is such an important piece of improving teacher practice and student achievement...so this handout really got me thinking about what I look for during observations and what areas of feedback teachers tend to find most helpful during our follow-up discussions.

Advice from Mentor Teachers for New (and Experienced) Teachers

Being a mentor teacher to a teaching candidate is quite a privilege and honor, as you are integral in nurturing and helping that new teacher to reflect and improve upon his or her instruction. I recently reached out to fellow mentor teachers and asked them about their advice and best practices, not only for teacher mentors, but also for new teachers in the field.

10 Things I Would Tell Myself As a First Year Teacher - Education to the Core

If I could tell myself 10 things as a first year teacher, this would be it! As I embark on a new year in a new grade level at a new school, I keep thinking how grateful I am and how lucky I am to have the experiences I went through in just three fast years.

Why New Teachers Need Mentors

David Cutler High School History, Government and Journalism teacher from Boston I'm 23, almost fresh out of graduate school when I move to Miami to teach American history at Palmer Trinity, an independent school in Palmetto Bay. I have no friends or family nearby, and I'm completely unfamiliar with my surroundings.

Mentoring New Teachers

I was playing around with the infographic and thinking about life. One thing that keeps coming up in conversations I have is about new teachers. A friend has a new teacher in her classroom doing his student teaching. So, we got on the subject of student teachers and what would make them great teachers.

Phases of First-Year Teaching

This article was originally written for publication in the newsletter for the California New Teacher Project, published by the California Department of Education (CDE), 1990. First-year teaching is a difficult challenge. Equally challenging is figuring out ways to support and assist beginning teachers as they enter the profession.