Table of contents for Teacher mentoring and induction : the state of the art and beyond / edited by Hal Portner.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
About the Editor
About the Contributors
Introduction
PART I: DEVELOPING AND DESIGNING MENTORING AND INDUCTION PROGRAMS
1: Learning from the Past?Building for the Future
by Tom Ganser
2: Developing a District?s Mentoring Plan: From Vision to Reality
by Mark Bower
3: New Teacher Induction: The Foundation for Comprehensive, Coherent, and Sustained Professional Development
by Harry K. Wong
4: Launching the Next Generation of Teachers: The New Teacher Center?s Model for Quality Induction and Mentoring
by Ellen Moir
5: Embedding Induction and Mentoring into the School?s Culture
by Hal Portner
PART II: MENTORING CONSTRUCTS AND BEST PRACTICES
6: The Stages of Mentor Development
by Jean Casey & Ann Claunch
7:Mentor Teachers as Instructional Coaches
by James Rowley
8: Mentoring: A Matter of Time and Timing
by Barry Sweeny
9: Cultivating Learning Focused Relationships Between Mentor Pairs
by Bruce Wellman & Laura Lipton
PART III: CONNECTING MENTORING AND INDUCTION TO BROADER ISSUES
10: Mentoring Promotes Teacher Leadership
by Susan Villani
11: Promoting Quality Programs Through State-School Relationships
by Janice Hall
12: Applying Ideas From Other Countries
by Ted Britton & Lynn Payne
Afterword: The Gift that One Generation of Educators Gives the Next
by Dennis Sparks
Index	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mentoring in education.
Teachers -- Training of.