New teachers face unique challenges, and their success largely depends on the structure and systems schools have in place for their support. Three academic leaders shared their strategies and advice in the edLeader Panel “How to Smooth the Transition and Speed the Effectiveness of Beginning Teachers.”
Presented by Penny Ciaburri, Vice President and General Manager, PLC Associates, a Scholarus Learning Company; Renée Golz, Director of Beginning Teacher Development, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (NC); Jared Kahmar, Principal, Greenwood Lake Union Free School District (NY); and Dr. Jessica Irwin, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Holmdel Public Schools (NJ)
Presented by Dr. Wendy Amato, Chief Academic Officer, K12 Coalition; Keely Keller, Director of Professional Programs, Creator and Facilitator of EQUIP, Teaching Channel; and Feroze Munshi, Oakland Instructional Coach, Oakland Unified School District (CA)
Presented by Aimee Corrigan, Ph.D., Senior Vice President Professional Services, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; and Scott Traub, Operating Partner, International Center for Leadership in Education
Moderated by Molly Michie, Director of Professional Services Product Management and Strategy, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
This edWebinar will provide practical tips for balancing the demands on your time before and after school and during planning.
There are many questions that new teachers ask before walking into their classroom on the first day of school. In a recent edWebinar, Dr. Monte Tatom, Director of Institutional and Church Research at Heritage Christian University, Taylor Warren, a first grade teacher, and Ashley McCrory, a kindergarten teacher, provided new teachers with tips for the ten most common questions.
In this edWebinar, you will hear helpful tips and tricks for not just surviving, but thriving in your teacher education courses.
The most nerve-racking phase of a novice educator’s life is the transition from college student to student-teacher, to teacher. Taking lessons learned in the college setting and applying them in their new “real-world” situation can be a source of confusion and frustration. Join New Teacher Coach Shannon Holden as he gives tips, tricks, and practical advice to help new teachers launch their year – and career – the right way.
If you are a novice teacher looking to make your class more engaging, new technology may be the solution you are looking for!
I “test drive” each of the featured apps so that teachers can make a determination about whether or not to download and try them. Researching, downloading, and sampling these apps can take a LOT of time – I show you ten awesome apps in one hour or less!