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"National Society for the Study of Education The 111th Yearbook Issue 2".
Includes bibliographical references.
Learning to teach: an agenda for research on the induction and mentoring of beginning teachers / Thomas M. Smith, et. al. -- The motivation of teachers to produce human capital and conform to their social contexts / Peter Youngs, et. al. -- Addressing the mathematics-specific needs of beginning mathematics teachers / Edward Britton -- Mentoring for diversity and equity: focusing on students of color and new teachers of color / Betty Achinstein -- Learning to teach in New York City: how teachers and schools jointly determine the implementation of a district wide mentoring program / Pam Grossman, et. al. -- Creating conditions for serious mentoring: implications for induction policy / Sharon Feiman-Nemser and Cynthia L. Carver -- New teacher induction: in and out of cyberspace / Barnett Berry and Ann Byrd -- Examining the effects of new teacher induction / Marjorie E. Wechsler, et. al. -- Subject-specific induction programs: lessons from science / Julie Luft -- The state of teacher induction in urban America / Martha Bleeker, et. a. -- What the research tells us about the impact of induction and mentoring programs for beginning teachers / Richard M. Ingersoll and Michael Strong -- Key lessons about induction for policy makers and researchers / Andrew J. Wayne.