Key Lessons About Induction for Policy Makers and Researchers
by Andrew J. Wayne — 2012
This final chapter digests the core chapters of this volume, which draws together some of the most sophisticated thinking on new teacher induction from the last decade. In so doing, this chapter attends to five key understandings about induction programs, including their context, design, implementation, and outcomes. These understandings emerge as highly relevant to those who design induction programs as well as researchers, as they continue to build the knowledge base on teacher induction.
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