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Online Submission, Doctoral Forum--National Journal for Publishing and Mentoring Doctoral Student Research v3 n1 2006

The purpose of this article is to determine how urban school districts, urban schools and urban educational leaders have planned for and implemented into practice induction programs for alternatively certified novice teachers, which will include a E-Mentor, E-Mentoring, and mentoring in response to state policy on new teacher training. The topic is of grave concern as on a national level, Dariling-Hammond (2000) established that "teacher quality characteristics

.are significantly and positively correlated with students outcomes". As NCLB mandates that every classroom have a highly qualified teacher, research such as this will provide, urban school districts, urban schools, and urban educational leaders with substantial information needed to effectively meet the goals of this challenge.

Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Teacher Effectiveness, School Districts, Urban Schools, Beginning Teacher Induction, Mentors, Computer Mediated Communication, Alternative Teacher Certification, Program Effectiveness, Teacher Competencies





Author: Anthony, Taiwanna D.; Kritsonis, William Allan

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=4413&id=ED493137







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