Teacher mentoring has proven to be an effective form of professional learning that has positive results on student performance. But too often, mentoring programs are loosely designed and fall short of desired outcomes.
In Core Education’s September issue brief, we explore teacher mentoring and coaching, including the research base for this form of professional development, various models that have proven to work, and characteristics of effective mentoring programs.
To view the issue brief, see https://mailchi.mp/32b7ab86eb2a/7y14uz9cvv-1741705
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