This job aid is designed to be used with the professional development book "Mentoring Beginning Teachers" by Boreen, Johnson, Niday and Potts.
Designed to guide academic coaches, mentors and professional development trainers through the book, this pamphlet gives suggested questions, highlights of mentoring new teachers and reliable Internet links for further research.
It also explains why mentoring is a key part of new teacher success; mentoring can influence the long-term effectiveness of a teacher and also provides students with ongoing support of best practice through instruction in the classroom.
Perfect for staff and professional development, study groups and PLCs!
Created in Publisher format, it is single-page, doubled sided with color illustrations and ready to use.