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Tips for Supporting and Retaining Your New Teachers

Thursday, June 22, 2023 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT

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)

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Recruitment, new teacher attrition, and teacher retention are major issues for districts and organizations across the country. This edWebinar provides information and support to school and district leaders on their quest to find a solution to new teacher retention challenges. The presenters discuss the best ways to support, develop, elevate, and retain new teachers, improving outcomes for all educational stakeholders.

Viewers see models and hear about best practices for supporting new teachers, programmatic considerations for the development of new teachers, methods for elevating new teachers, and opportunities to improve the retention of new teachers throughout their programs. The presenters specify high-impact practices and explore criteria that help schools prioritize how to use their resources. School and district leaders walk away with actionable ideas for implementation.

View this session to:

  • Discover best practices for supporting new teachers
  • Connect programmatic considerations for the development of new teachers
  • Gain methods for elevating new teachers
  • Identify opportunities to improve retention of new teachers

This recorded edWebinar is of interest to K-12 school and district leaders.

Wendy AmatoAbout the Presenters

Dr. Wendy Amato earned her master’s and Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction from the University of Virginia. She holds an MBA from James Madison University in strategies for competitive advantages in complex industries. She began teaching in 1991 at Universite Blaise Pascal in Clermont Ferrand, France, has served as a middle school administrator, and still teaches at UVA’s School of Education. Dr. Amato works tirelessly to support educators with resources and tools that support student learning outcomes. She collaborates with education leaders, researchers, and presenters who share the mission of teaching for the greater good. A thoughtful and engaging speaker, Dr. Amato has delivered teacher professional development workshops and student leadership workshops across the U.S. and internationally on five continents. Outside of work, Dr. Amato is a pickleball enthusiast and lives with her husband near Charlottesville, Virginia.


Keely KellerKeely Keller holds a Bachelor of Science in special education from St. Cloud State University and a Master of Arts in Education from Hamline University. Keely is certified in three special education categories and holds both a Director of Special Education and a Principal License. Throughout her teaching career, Keely served students with special needs and subsequently served as a special education coordinator in a suburban Minnesota school district. She has also taught as an adjunct professor at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. Keely joined Learners Edge in 2016 and has developed numerous courses, trainings, and content pieces on a variety of topics in support of educators. Currently, Keely serves as the Director of Professional Programs for Teaching Channel. She creates and facilitates new teacher programming.


Feroze MunshiFor over 20 years Feroze Munshi has been all over the educational world pushing students, teachers, schools, and educational systems towards innovative methods and equitable outcomes. Supporting students, Feroze is a three-time co-founding teacher and has taught high school physics, math, digital arts, and senior capstone projects in public, private, and charter schools. Supporting teachers, Feroze has been a teacher-residency supervisor, a new teacher coach, a national curriculum consultant and has been featured in or co-authored several books on curriculum and pedagogy. Always curious, Feroze loves to play, learn, and take things apart (and reassemble them on good days). Recently he made a fabulous mess of the kitchen trying to make the perfect onion ring—earning a common reaction of praise and eye rolls from his wife and kids.

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Teaching Channel

EQUIP for New Teachers by Teaching Channel, is a comprehensive program that stands on its own or bolsters your existing induction program. Designed with busy pre-service educators, new teachers, and leaders in mind, the program includes resources, professional microlearning, and exemplary videos of highly effective teachers in action. Learn more here.

Help Your New Teachers Thrive in the Classroom Accelerate the effectiveness of your new teachers with guidance and support from mentors who have been in their shoes. Support Your Teachers with EQUIP


Thursday, June 22, 2023
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
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