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First-year teacher eight years later

an inquiry into teacher development

by Bullough, Robert V.

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  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Teachers College Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Baughman, Kerrie.,
    • First year teachers -- United States -- Longitudinal studies.,
    • Teachers -- United States -- Longitudinal studies.,
    • Teachers -- In-service training -- United States -- Longitudinal studies.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRobert V. Bullough, Jr., Kerrie Baughman ; foreword by David C. Berliner.
      ContributionsBaughman, Kerrie., Bullough, Robert V., 1949-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLB2844.1.N4 B85 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 207 p. ;
      Number of Pages207
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL668277M
      ISBN 100807736511, 0807736503
      LC Control Number97014053

      A First Year Teacher's Primer Congratulations! You’ve made it through the grueling interview process, the stars aligned perfectly for your model lesson, and you survived the administration’s acronym hot seat, from UBD to RTI. You've landed your first teaching job and the future looks great.   Once a week, at least, do something for yourself. Take a Saturday pottery class or a Brazilian dance class. Run marathons. Join a romance book club. Do something that engages other parts of your being. It’s easy and tempting to get sucked into all teaching, all the time during your first year, but you need a mental break from it. 9.

        Two years later, in the summer between graduation and graduate school, McPhee hired me to tutor his youngest daughter, Martha — in writing, of all things (she’s now an accomplished novelist) — and as “Continuity Editor” of Coming into the Country, helping to stitch eight New Yorker pieces about Alaska into one seamless book. In the.   Twenty-eight years later, she is with me in my mind, my lesson planning, my teaching and my grading. Justin Schlottman My position as a school .

      In my first year of teaching I received a lovely Valentine box of chocolates from a little girl in my first grade class. When I opened them all the chocolates were gone except the one in the center and it had a thumbprint in the middle of it. Below the chocolate was a note that said, "I . Included: Author Lynne Rominger discusses the challenges of a first-year teacher. Lynne Rominger is one of the authors of two new books, Your First Year As an Elementary School Teacher: Making the Transition from Total Novice to Successful Professional and Your First Year As a High School Teacher.


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Co-authored by Robert Bullough and Kerrie Baughman (the teacher who was the subject of Bullough's classic study, First-Year Teacher), First-Year Teacher Eight Years Later provides readers with a rare opportunity to chart the development and difficulties that Kerrie faced as she became an experienced teacher.

This ten-year collaboration presents both a valuable longitu/5. Co-authored by Robert Bullough and Kerrie Baughman (the teacher who was the subject of Bullough's classic study, First-Year Teacher), "First-Year Teacher" Eight Years Later: An Inquiry into Teacher Development provides readers with a rare opportunity to chart the development and difficulties that Kerrie faced as she became an experienced teacher.

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This ten-year collaboration presents both a valuable longitudinal examination. It shares journal entries and experiences that only a first-year teacher could know, which enables readers to identify with other first-year teachers and with the book's contents. The content is relevant, meaningful, and useful in helping beginning teachers by addressing their fears and frustrations, answering their questions, and giving them hope.

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