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A Key to First-Year Success: Creating Your Own Professional Learning Community
During the first year of teaching, the learning curve is steep and responsibility level high. While many schools have formal induction and mentoring programs, they may be missing or ineffective in other schools, so teachers must be able to create their own support system, possibly with a professional learning community (PLC). Learn characteristics of successful PLCs to aid in your growth as a professional as you begin your teaching career.
Author(s):
Nathan Bond
Source:
New Teacher Advocate
Edition:
Summer 2012
Pages:
2
File:
NSm12_Bond.pdf
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