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20th Annual National Symposium on Teacher Induction


February 11-13, 2018


Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport, Burlingame, California

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In Case You Missed Us

Lessons Learned from Implementing an Instructional Coach Credentialing Program

During our interview with Dr. Bernadine E. Dorantes Supervisor, Coaching and Induction and Keith Calloway, Master Coach from Broward County Public Schools they discussed the lessons learned over 4 years of implementing an Instructional Coach Credentialing program at Broward County Public Schools.

New Teacher Center Regional Program Director, East, Mimi Appel shared how New Teacher Center partnered with Broward County Public Schools to support the development and certification of more than 300 Instructional Coaches.  


Implementing a Teacher Induction program in a Charter School Network

Dr. Frances Kellar, Director of New Teacher Support for Alliance College-Ready Public Schools; Ashley Dester, AP Literature Teacher/Instructional Coach; and Dr. Laura Hernandez-Flores, New Teacher Center Regional Program Director West shared insights and impact of 3 years of a teacher induction program in a Los Angeles charter school network of more than 26 schools annually supporting 525 new teachers.

The webinar also included a discussion of opportunities and challenges supporting those newest to the teaching profession.


Innovative Implementation of a Statewide Mentor Program in North Dakota

We were joined by Laurie Stenehjem, Coordinator of the North Dakota Teacher Support System and Mentoring Program, Kaye Fischer Elementary Coordinator for West Fargo Public Schools and Dr. Alyson Mike New Teacher Center Vice President, Educational Technology as they discussed innovative approaches that leverage technology to implement a statewide induction program. They shared learnings from the 8 years as they developed this statewide model that currently supports 330 first year teachers and 300 mentors.