|A Video Library can offer visual examples of mentoring conversations and information to support mentor training and novice teacher development.|
|District Action Plans are important to identify roles and responsibilities for mentors and ensure stakeholders will sustain mentor training and support for novices in years 1-3.|
|Group mentoring opportunities enhance one-one mentoring conversations and provide safe space for novices to share ideas.|
|Student Perspectives are important to enhancing teaching practices. We encourage the use of anonymous surveys and follow-up conversations with mentors and novices discussing how the data gathered can improve teaching practices.|
|Maintaining Your Balance in years 2 and 3 are crucial to novice teacher success.|
|Use this .pdf e-guide to learn how to use the book Mentoring in Action: Guiding, Sharing and Reflecting with Novice Teachers effectively.
The e-guide tour of the book includes videos and may be used for 10 hours of mentor training. e-Guide
Align the Mentoring in Action book to the Massachusetts standards for teacher effectiveness with this color-code key.
|Use this FYM E-Guide
The novice teachers can color code their book to the Massachusetts standards.