First 3 Induction Program report 2015
Lambert, RichardBaddouh, Priscila
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First 3 is an induction program that aims to help beginning teachers, in their first three years in the career, to learn what they need to excel. Year one is called the “Year of Survival”, and it goes through the five phases that teachers normally experience in their first year: anticipation, survival, disillusionment, rejuvenation, and reflection. Year two is called “Looking Through Varied Lenses”, and focuses on North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards. Year three is called “Creating a Professional Learning Community”, and focuses on being a part of a professional learning network. The program has two groups of teachers, off-campus, only first-year teachers, and on-campus, only second- and third-year teachers. First 3 also offers professional development seminars for preservice teachers at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. These seminars are called Teacher Toolbox Tuesday.
First year teachers--AttitudesFirst year teachers--PsychologyFirst year teachers--Supervision of
CEME technical report
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