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Supporting New Teachers

 

The Collaborative

To Support Initially Licensed Professionals

Beginning Teacher Support System for Northeastern North Carolina Member Districts

 
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Resources This page serves as a navigation tool to resources for beginning teachers and those who support them. 

Note:  Some resources are drawn from other states and the learning objectives may differ from those for North Carolina; however, the intent is to provide sample frameworks for adaptation to local settings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Updated:  2015-06-29&30

26 Keys to Student Engagement NC State Board of Education Meeting Information [updated]
26 Keys to Student Engagement - 2 NC WiseOwl
4Teachers NEA Teacher Tips
Abbey Askew’s Web Site References from Spring Conference New Teacher Discussion Boards
Administrator Page New Teacher Survival Guide

Ag in the Classroom News
AllThingsPLC

NiceNet [updated]
Alliance for Excellent Education [updated] Northeast PANC
Assessing Toolkit98 Partnership for 21st Century Skills [updated]
ASSISTance for Beginning Teachers PBS Teachers Connect
Beginning Teacher Database Survey PDP Form(New)
Beginning Teacher Page PRAXIS
Beginning Teacher Resources - Guilford County Pro Teacher Community
Block Posters (Create large wall posters from 81/2 x 11 paper) Promethean Planet (Free online resources)
Classroom Organization Sites PSI-BT Findings (PDF)
Classroom Strategies that Work (Marzano) [updated] PSI-BT Findings (PPT)
ClassTools.net: Games for Education Puzzle Maker
DayOne/Educational: Best Practices in Education Raising Achievement and Closing Gaps Conference—2005
Differentiated Instruction Ron Clark Resources
Diigo the Web for Education - From TeleGatherer to TelePlanter with Diigo Sample Mentor Logs
Discipline Help (You Can Handle Them All) School Tube(Student-Produced Videos)
DIY Chart Builder (Do-It-Yourself) Schools Moving Up
Doing What Works [updated] Sites for Teachers
ECU's Alternative Licensure Program Spring Conference
ECU's New Teacher Support Network External Resources Support Coach Page
Education World Survival Guide for New Teachers
EduPic Graphical Resources Tapped In:  A Community of Educational Professionals [updated]
EduTopia Teacher Cadet Program [updated]
ERIC:  Educational Resources Information Center Teachers Helping Teachers [updated]
Finding Resources Teachers.net
EVAAS (Education Value-Added Assessment System Teacher Tackle Box
Free Federal Resources for Excellence in Education Teacher-to-Teacher Initiative
Free US Department of Education Publications Teacher Tube(Teacher Produced Videos)
Gateway to 21st Century Skills Teacher Vision
Graphic Organizers Teacher Working Conditions Survey
Have Fun Teaching

Teaching Diverse Populations

Ideas to Inspire Technology and Education Box of Tricks
Inside Teaching The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
Interactive Timeline Tool The Educator's Reference Desk
LEA Representative Page “The Impact of New Teacher Induction on Teacher Practices and Student Learning”
LEARN NC

The New Teachers Home Page (Inspiring Teachers)

LEARN NC New Teacher Support

The Really BEST List of Classroom Management Resources

Math Playground The Teacher's Guide - Classroom Management
Mentor Handbook Thinkfinity (Free Lesson Plans and Resources -- Verizon)
Mentor Handbook Modified (new evaluation process) Tools for Educators
Mentor Page VoiceThread
Mentoring Leadership and Resource Network WebQuest
Mentor/New Teacher Log What to Expect Your First Year of Teaching
Ms. Sanchez (Excellent Teacher Website) What Works Clearinghouse
National Commission on Teaching and America's Future [updated] Who Mentored You?
NC Beginning Teacher Support Services Wikis in Plain English
NC Department of Public Instruction Youth Change: Your Problem-Kid Problem-Solver

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