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By Richard E. Lange

ISBN-10: 1610483758

ISBN-13: 9781610483759

ISBN-10: 1610483774

ISBN-13: 9781610483773

Navigating the preliminary years of training might be daunting but exhilarating. whereas all new academics are looking to do their top to aid their scholars prevail, in addition they have to navigate the usually bumpy street of schooling. This booklet includes attention-grabbing eventualities and case stories that ask the reader to resolve daily tuition occasions. academics can have diverse reactions to every case learn because the eventualities are designed to problem readers to decide:What is the most important issue?Who might you visit for help?What is your motion plan to resolve the situation?This booklet publications new academics via tough events in the direction of doable ideas. nice care has been taken to narrate actual lifestyles tales from lecture room and college occasions. New lecturers and mentors alike may have considerable chance to learn compelling tales and judge at the top how you can get to the bottom of those on a daily basis demanding situations of faculty lifestyles.

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Indb 47 4/26/11 6:44 AM 48 C HA P TER THREE But mentors need to provide more coaching to new teachers that goes beyond the daily challenges that arise in the classroom. Here are a few of the many additional roles that effective mentors must take on. • Mentors need to be encouragers. Reiman (1999) points out that every new teacher has times of success as well as periods of doubt. New teachers need praise when they have success and encouragement when times are tough. Mentors act as guides and role models, but they must also be highly concerned with the motivational and affective needs of new teachers.

What specific strategies will you use in order to bring resolution to the dilemma? indb 49 4/26/11 6:44 AM 50 C HA P TER THREE Scenario 18. Victoria’s previous experience as an educator has been in a juvenile detention center. Although she has learned excellent classroom management skills, some of her methods are extremely stringent. She is clearly a gifted teacher, but her students do not often require strict interventions. Victoria’s students have begun to complain to other teachers that they are being treated unfairly; colleagues have begun to describe her techniques as old-fashioned and bordering on cruelty.

In order for mentors to be successful in helping the new teacher, mentors must consider their own identities, their perceptions of the new teacher in question, and the culture of the school in which they work. The new teacher at the center of each scenario may be the same or vastly different from the mentor asked to role-play a solution. indb 31 4/26/11 6:44 AM 32 C HA P TER THREE question. In this way, these scenarios are open-ended with no clearcut answers. After reading each scenario, you should consider two questions.

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