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Beginning/Teacher Mentor Program

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Mentoring and
Beginning Teacher
Induction Program
Karen Linville, WV Center for Professional
Development
Nathan Estel, West Virginia Department of
Education
Mentoring and Induction
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Induction models are comprehensive, support
professional learning communities, and foster
collegial relationships by providing a network
of collaborating professionals.
Mentoring is one-on-one activity that is just
one part of an effective induction model.
W. Va. Code В§18A-3-2B
& WVBE Policy 5900
Purpose
To provide appropriate staff development
activities and supervision to beginning
teachers to assure their competency for
licensure to teach in the public schools of
WV.
Legislative Requirements:
W. Va. Code В§18A-3-2b
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Professional Support Team
Orientation Program
Joint Planning Periods
Observation of Beginning Teacher
Meetings
In-service Professional Development
Stipend for Mentor Teacher
Final Evaluations Completed by Principal
Professional Support Team
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Composition
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Principal (Chair of the Support Team)
Member of County Staff Development Council
Mentor Teacher
Purpose
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To provide a team of professionals to support and
nurture beginning teachers.
Orientation Program
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To be conducted by district/school
Held prior to the instructional term, but within
employment term
To be supervised by the mentor teacher
Recommended Topics
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District/School procedures
Contact persons
Administrative topics
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Joint Planning Periods &
Observations
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Mentor and beginning teacher are provided
joint planning periods throughout the year
Mentor observes new teacher
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At least one hour/week during the first semester
May be reduced to one hour/two weeks during the
second semester
Scheduled Meetings
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Mentor/New Teacher
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Provide beginning teacher with support and
feedback
One meeting per week during first semester
May be reduced to biweekly meetings during
second semester
Professional Support Team
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One meeting per month
May include ALL mentors in a school
Mentor Training/Stipend
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W. Va. Code В§18A-3-2b provides necessary
release time for mentor teachers, as agreed
to by the principal
Mentors must attend training offered through
the Center for Professional Development
Mentors are paid a $600.00 stipend
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Mentors hired for half-year positions receive
$300.00/semester
Final Evaluations
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The principal shall conduct a final evaluation
of the beginning teacher
The principal shall recommend to the
superintendent one of the following:
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Full Professional Status
Continuing Internship Status
Discontinue Employment
District/School Responsibilities
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Professional Support Team
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Composition (Identifying/Hiring Mentor)
Meetings
Orientation Program
Final Recommendation
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Principal to Superintendent
Superintendent to WVDE
District/School Responsibilities
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Venues for Observations
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Provide appropriate opportunities for mentors to
observe beginning teachers
Provide appropriate opportunities for beginning
teachers to observe other seasoned teachers
Joint Planning Periods
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Ensure adequate time for mentors to meet with
beginning teachers
Monitor the frequency of these meetings
Policy 5900: CPD
Responsibilities
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In-service professional development for beginning
teachers and mentors
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Evidence Based Coaching Framework
Decentralized professional development using mentor
coaches
 RESA’s & counties decide training times to suit their
individual needs.
On-line opportunities for professional development
Resource repository for mentors and beginning teachers
On-going professional development for mentor coaches
Technical assistance to support the development of county
and school based induction programs and activities
New Model of Mentor
Professional Development
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Summer 2006:
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Mentor coaches from each RESA trained using
Foundations in Mentoring.
Fall 2006:
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Mentor coaches train mentors in their RESA’s
using Foundations in Mentoring.
New decentralized approach allows counties &
RESA’s to schedule trainings at times that best
suit their needs.
New Model of Mentor
Professional Development
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Fall 2006:
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Professional development session for mentor coaches
and/or instructional coaches focusing on Charlotte
Danielson’s “Framework for Teaching.”
Summer 2007:
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Experienced mentor professional development offered in
each RESA with Governor’s Academy for Teaching
Excellence (GATE).
Using the “Framework for Teaching” professional
development for mentor coaches and/or instructional
coaches.
New Model of Mentor
Professional Development
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Summer 2007
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“Introduction to Framework for Teaching” and
“Using the Framework for Teaching” offered to
new mentors.
New Model of Mentor
Professional Development
Experienced Principals’ Academy Sessions
Summer 2007:
 “Teacher Induction and Mentoring: An
Administrator’s Perspective”
 “Introduction to Framework for Teaching”
 “Using the Framework for Teaching”
Beginning Teacher
Professional Development
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On-line professional development
opportunities for beginning teachers
Resource repository for beginning teachers
and mentors
Harry Wong classroom management
On-going support from mentor and principal
Mentoring and
Beginning Teacher
Induction Program
Karen Linville, WV Center for Professional
Development
Nathan Estel, West Virginia Department of
Education
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