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For example, if a teacher has unrealistic grading goals, he/she could prioritize grading the most important assignments first and only grade within a certain time limit rather than until all the work is done. , leading extra-curricular activities, organizing field trips, and/or tutoring beyond requirements). Once a teacher knows which aspects of teaching to prioritize, he/she needs time, energy and workspace to complete the tasks. School can be a difficult place to focus. I eventually locked my door and shut the lights out during my planning periods so I could work without interruptions.
First, teachers who valued actual support during their first year may have felt unsupported after it was removed during their subsequent years. , 2011). This sudden shift from perceived support to additional duties and responsibilities as well as a lack of support may leave teachers unprepared and overwhelmed. This may create disenchantment with the teaching profession and thereby reduce retention. Second, teachers who placed a higher value on support during their first year may have felt frustrated with a perceived lack in the amount of support during the year.
This chapter represents voices from the classroom and offers tangible strategies and suggestions to better support new science teachers. I also provide suggestions for how to best coach new science teachers based on my own experiences as a coach giving feedback to novices. Although my discussions about coaching refer to my work as an instructional coach, insights can be applied to anyone who supports science teachers in their practice. The five suggestions below are rooted in my own experiences and from observations and discussions with new science teachers.
Newly Hired Teachers of Science: A Better Beginning by Julie A. Luft, Shannon L. Dubois