From First-Year to First-Rate
Principals Guiding Beginning Teachers
- Barbara L. Brock - Creighton University, USA
- Marilyn L. Grady - University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA
School Management | Staff Supervision/Evaluation/Retention | Teacher Induction
Praise for the Second Edition:
"Finally, a book that is realistic and provides superb assistance. A must for every principal."
—Ronald Jockel, Executive Director, Phi Delta Kappa International
"Compelling rationale and practical steps for developing a first–year teacher induction program."
—Linda L. Lyman, Associate Professor, Department of Educational Leadership and Human Development, Bradley University
Help new teachers be the best they can be!
Beginning teachers are often filled with self–doubt and questions regarding school culture and principals' expectations. From First–Year to First-Rate: Principals Guiding Beginning Teachers, Third Edition helps you answer teachers' questions and gain strategies to prevent the isolation that many new instructors experience.
Updated to meet the challenges facing new teachers today, this revision of the bestseller helps administrators develop a first–year induction plan to help teachers succeed. This vital resource provides:
- Ideas for initial orientation
- Strategies for measuring program success
- A greater focus on practical applications for the classroom
You hold the key to the professional development of your teachers. Use it to unlock their potential for growth!
"Provides a timely and significant update to the field of new teacher induction, an accurate portait of first-year teachers and their diverse set of needs, and ways principals can support new teachers so they emerge as strong, capable professionals."