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A web of support for new teachers

By Sharron Helmke, Antonio Hoye and Elizabeth Simons | October 6, 2022

What do new teachers need to thrive in their first years in the classroom and beyond? They need a web of support that includes instructional, administrative, social, and other forms of support. This webinar will share best practices in new teacher support, strategies for mentors, and considerations for supporting new teachers of color.

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Coaching and mentoring in a virtual world: What to keep and what to change

By Elvira Pichardo-Delacour, Leighann Fields, Sharron Helmke and Stacey Jones | January 28, 2021

Join us for this important webinar as instructional coaches and mentors share how their practice has amplified and changed and what they are looking forward to keeping and changing going forward.

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Beginning teachers in a virtual world

By Katy Ackley, Monica Motley, Avé Tatum and Jose Villasenor | September 24, 2020

Hear from several practitioners about what new teachers are experiencing, how experienced teachers are feeling like new teachers in some circumstances, and what schools and districts are doing to support brand new and novice educators in virtual and hybrid settings.

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Welcoming your team to a new school year: Engaging all educators

By Avé Tatum, Crystal Cooper, Tara Isaacs and Dustin Toth | July 30, 2020

Welcoming five generations of educators (Generation Z, Millennials, Generation Xers, Baby boomers, and the Silent generation) into the workplace can be daunting under normal circumstances, so how exactly are leaders planning to engage and support the growth and development of all members of their faculty during a pandemic?

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