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ERIC Number: ED251444
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982-Mar-21
Pages: 93
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Beginning Teacher Induction: Five Dilemmas. The Proceedings from a Public Forum. Research on the Improvement Process in Schools and Colleges. R&D Report No. 3153.
Hall, Gene E.; And Others
A forum, convened to consider the subject of beginning teacher induction, focused on questions about: (1) the importance of the induction phase; (2) whose domain induction is; (3) what happens to the teacher in this phase; (4) training that is most needed in this phase; (5) how induction is related to licensure; and (6) whether induction is unique to the United States. An introduction to the proceedings (Gene E. Hall) is followed by the following presentations: (1) "Induction--An Overview" (Gary A. Griffin); (2) "Why Bother with Induction?" (Kevin Ryan); (3) "Why Bother with Teacher Induction?" (Kenneth M. Zeichner); (4) "What Happens to the Teacher during Induction?" (J. T. Sandefur and Ann Lieberman); (5) "What Should Happen to the Teacher during Induction?" (Karen Kepler Zumwalt); (6) "Sameness Drives Me Up a Wall" (Elizabeth Dillon-Peterson); (7) "Teacher Induction--Who Is Responsible?" (Richard C. Wallace, Jr.); (8) "Summary of Analyses for Lack of Recognition of the Importance of Induction in U.S. Teacher Education (Sam J. Yarger); (9) "Why Is There Not Greater Recognition of Induction in the United States?" (R. P. Tisher). Discussion that followed the presentations is also included, as well as discussant comments by Martin Haberman and Gene E. Hall. (JD)
Communication Services, Research and Development Center for Teacher Education, Education Annex 3.203, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin TX 78712.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: National Inst. of Education (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Texas Univ., Austin. Research and Development Center for Teacher Education.
Note: Invited Symposium at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (New York, NY, March 21, l982).