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Induction Strategies for Future Teachers
Unformatted Document Text:  effectiveness of the mentor on the classroom practice of the beginning teacher through the use of an interactive lecture. References Britton, E., Raizen, S., Paine, L, & Huntley, M. A. (2000). More swimming, less sinking: Perspectives on teacher induction in the U.S. and abroad. (Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Commission on Mathematics and Science Teaching for the 21 st Century, Washington, D.C.). Dagenais, R. (1996). Mentoring program standards. (ERIC document Reproduction Service No. ED 419 776). Darling-Hammond, L. (2000). Solving the dilemmas of teacher supply, demand, and standards: How we can ensure a competent, caring, and qualified teacher for every child. New York, NY: NCTAF . Darling-Hammond, L. (1999). Teacher quality and student achievement: A review of state policy evidence. University of Washington: Center for the Study of Teaching and Policy. Education Week. (2000). Quality counts 2000: An Education Week/Pew Charitable Trusts report on education in the 50 states. Bethesda, MD: Education Week. Feiman-Nemser, S. (1996). Teaching mentoring: A critical review. Washington, D.C.: ERIC Digest, ERIC Clearinghouse on Teaching and Teacher Education, AACTE. Ficara, P., Patterson, N., & Luft, J. A. (2000). Supporting beginning secondary science teachers. Journal of Science Teacher Education. Fideler, E. F., & Haselkorn, D. (1999). Learning the ropes: Urban teacher induction programs and practices in the United States. Belmont, MA: Recruiting New Teachers, Inc. Hope, W. (1999). Principals’ orientation and induction activities as factors in teacher retention. Clearinghouse, 73 (1), 54-57. Horn, P.J. & Sterling, H.A. (2002). Research: Induction programs. (Policy Brief). Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University. Huling-Austin, L. (1990). Teacher induction program and internships. In D. M., Brooks (Ed.), Teacher induction: A new beginning (pp. 3-19). Reston, VA: Association ofTteacher Educators. Huling-Austin, L. (1992). Research on learning to teach: Implications for teacher induction and mentoring programs. Journal of Teacher Education, 43(3), 173-180. Ingersoll, R.M. (2001). Teacher turnover, teacher shortages, and the organization of schools. University of Washington: Center for the Study of Teaching and Policy. Lemke, J. C. (1994). Teacher induction in rural and small school districts. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 369 589). Luft, J. A., & Brockmeyer, M. A. (2000). Sketches of beginning secondary science teachers and the support they receive during a professional development program. (Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, New Orleans, LA). Luft, J.A., Roehrig, G., & Patterson, N. (2000). Contrasting landscapes: A comparison of different groups of beginning science teachers. Journal of Research in Science Teaching. National Commission on Teaching & America’s Future. (1996). What matters most: Teaching for America’s future. New York, NY: National Commission on Teaching & America’s Future. Odell, S., & Ferraro, D. (1992). Teacher mentoring and teacher retention. Journal of Teacher Education, 43 (3), 200-204. Stewart, D. (1992). Mentoring in beginning teacher induction: Studies in the ERIC database. Journal of Teacher Education, 43 (3), 222-226. Varah, L. J., Theune, W. S., & Parker, L. (1986). Beginning teachers: Sink or swim? Journal of Teacher Education, 37 (1), 30-34. Veenman, S. (1984). Perceived problems of beginning teachers. Review of Educational 4

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effectiveness of the mentor on the classroom practice of the beginning teacher through the use of
an interactive lecture.
References
Britton, E., Raizen, S., Paine, L, & Huntley, M. A. (2000). More swimming, less sinking: Perspectives on teacher induction in
the U.S. and abroad. (Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Commission on Mathematics and Science
Teaching for the 21
st
Century, Washington, D.C.).
Dagenais, R. (1996). Mentoring program standards. (ERIC document Reproduction Service No. ED 419 776).
Darling-Hammond, L. (2000). Solving the dilemmas of teacher supply, demand, and standards: How we can ensure a
competent, caring, and qualified teacher for every child. New York, NY: NCTAF
.
Darling-Hammond, L. (1999). Teacher quality and student achievement: A review of state policy evidence. University of
Washington: Center for the Study of Teaching and Policy.
Education Week. (2000). Quality counts 2000: An Education Week/Pew Charitable Trusts report on education in the 50 states.
Bethesda, MD: Education Week.
Feiman-Nemser, S. (1996). Teaching mentoring: A critical review. Washington, D.C.: ERIC Digest, ERIC Clearinghouse on
Teaching and Teacher Education, AACTE.
Ficara, P., Patterson, N., & Luft, J. A. (2000). Supporting beginning secondary science teachers. Journal of Science Teacher
Education.
Fideler, E. F., & Haselkorn, D. (1999). Learning the ropes: Urban teacher induction programs and practices in the United
States. Belmont, MA: Recruiting New Teachers, Inc.
Hope, W. (1999). Principals’ orientation and induction activities as factors in teacher
retention. Clearinghouse, 73 (1), 54-57.
Horn, P.J. & Sterling, H.A. (2002). Research: Induction programs. (Policy Brief). Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.
Huling-Austin, L. (1990). Teacher induction program and internships. In D. M., Brooks
(Ed.), Teacher induction: A new beginning (pp. 3-19). Reston, VA: Association ofTteacher Educators.
Huling-Austin, L. (1992). Research on learning to teach: Implications for teacher
induction and mentoring programs. Journal of Teacher Education, 43(3), 173-180.
Ingersoll, R.M. (2001). Teacher turnover, teacher shortages, and the organization of schools. University of Washington:
Center for the Study of Teaching and Policy.
Lemke, J. C. (1994). Teacher induction in rural and small school districts. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 369
589).
Luft, J. A., & Brockmeyer, M. A. (2000). Sketches of beginning secondary science teachers and the support they receive during
a professional development program. (Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in
Science Teaching, New Orleans, LA).
Luft, J.A., Roehrig, G., & Patterson, N. (2000). Contrasting landscapes: A comparison of different groups of beginning science
teachers. Journal of Research in Science Teaching.
National Commission on Teaching & America’s Future. (1996). What matters most: Teaching for America’s future. New York,
NY: National Commission on Teaching & America’s Future.
Odell, S., & Ferraro, D. (1992). Teacher mentoring and teacher retention. Journal of Teacher Education, 43 (3), 200-204.
Stewart, D. (1992). Mentoring in beginning teacher induction: Studies in the ERIC database. Journal of Teacher Education, 43
(3), 222-226.
Varah, L. J., Theune, W. S., & Parker, L. (1986). Beginning teachers: Sink or swim? Journal of Teacher Education, 37 (1),
30-34.
Veenman, S. (1984). Perceived problems of beginning teachers. Review of Educational
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