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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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Teacher Development This page serves as a navigation tool to help beginning teachers with continued professional development. 

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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Academic Services and Instructional Support (ASIS) National Staff Development Council
AllThingsPLC NC Principals Evaluation Process
Assessing Toolkit98 NC Principals Evaluation Rubric

Chowan University NC Professional Teaching Standards Commission
Coach2Coach Training Modules

NEA Teacher Tips
Curriculum Associates:  Professional Development New PDP form
Differentiation:  From Planning to Practice 6-12 New NC Teacher Evaluation Process
East Carolina University New NC Teacher Evaluation Rubric
Elizabeth City State University New NC Teaching Standards
Inside Teaching North Carolina Central University
Learning Bridges North Carolina Teacher Cadet Program
Lessons Learned:  New Teachers Talk About Their Jobs, Challenges and Long-Range Plans North Central Regional Education Laboratory: Professional Development Best Practices
Mentoring and Orientation (DPI) Professional Development Links - Evaluation (DPI)
Mentor Handbook (2007 Edition) SERVE Center: Tools Educator Quality
Mentor Handbook modified (new evaluation process) Teacher Professional Development Sourcebook
Model Teacher Education Consortium Teaching Diverse Populations
National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality (NCCTQ)

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