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Leading the Teacher Induction and Mentoring Program

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Barry W. Sweeny
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Use these step-by-step strategies to develop and implement a proven program that links to districtwide goals and results in highly qualified teachers and increased student achievement.
Use these step-by-step strategies to develop and implement a proven program that links to districtwide goals and results in highly qualified teachers and increased student achievement.
List of Figures
About the Author
Mentoring Questions Leaders Want Answered
Defining Mentoring, Induction, and Peer Coaching
The Increasing Importance of Mentoring and Induction
The Compelling Rationale for Mentoring and Induction
1. Getting Off to the Right Start
Differences Make All the Difference
Using a Model of Teacher Development to Guide Program and Practice
The Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM)
Assessing and Using Data on New Teacher Needs
Three Concepts Essential for Program Success
The Big Picture: The High Impact Program Components
2. The Program Design Process
Design From the Destination
The First Step: Establish a Program Leadership Group
The Next Step: Identify a Program Coordinator
Roles of the Mentor Program Coordinator
The Sequence for Creating a Successful Program
Deciding the Sequence for Implementing Program Components
Defining Program Purposes, Goals, and Objectives
A Summary
3. Induction Structures for Effective New Teacher Development
Components for a High-Impact Induction Program
The Evolving Picture of Your Protégés
Using the CBAM to Design Induction
Designing an Effective Initial Orientation
Protégé Training
Protégé Observations of Expert Practitioners
Protégé Peer Support
Protégé Reflective Practice and the Professional Standards
Use of Professional Development Goals, Plans, and Portfolios
The Mentor in the Middle
Working Toward the Ideal Induction Program Model
4. Providing the Time for Effective Mentoring
Full- or Part-Time Mentoring?
Finding and Making Time for Mentoring
5. Designing Components of a High-Impact Mentoring Program
Roles and Tasks of the Ideal Mentor
Roles and Tasks of Protégés
Roles and Tasks of Site Administrators
Mentor Recruitment
Mentor Selection and Mentor-Protege Matching
How Does a Balanced Selection and Matching Process Work?
Matching Mentors and Protégés
Dealing With a Mentor-Protégé MISmatch
Mentor Support After Training
Mentoring of Mentors: Program Leader Support of Mentors
Mentor Incentives and Recognition
6. Designing a High-Impact Mentor Training
Who Should Lead Mentor Training?
What Are the Themes for High-Impact Mentor Training?
What Is the Sequence for Content and Activities in Mentor Training?
What Follow Up Support Is Needed to Ensure Mentor Implementation of Training?
7. Evaluating, Improving, and Sustaining the Program
The Program Evaluation Learning Agenda
Using the Research Showing Induction’s Impact on Results
Basic Evaluation Knowledge
Designing an Evaluation Process and Plan
Demonstrating Compelling Return on Investment From Induction
Other Strategies for Supporting and Sustaining the Program
I. Internet & Organization Resources for Mentoring
II. Mentor Training Activity: Practice in Identification of CBAM Stages of Concern
III. Mentor Practice Scenarios: Ending Your Conversations

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