Stories of Beginning Teachers offers insight into the challenges
and triumphs of beginning teachers, presenting both research
findings and case studies on the challenges faced by new teachers.
More than twenty categories and five hundred specific examples of
potential problems and issues are cited in Part 1 of this book.
Armed with such useful information about the most frequent,
serious, and persistent challenges, Roehrig, Pressley, and Talotta
assert, a young educator will be better prepared to teach and more
likely to succeed.
Part 2 contains stories of the teaching experience of
participants in the University of Notre Dame's Alliance for
Catholic Education. Included are nine vivid stories of the
struggles and successes of new teachers reflecting on their first
year, as well as sixteen shorter summaries of the daily lives of
beginning teachers. Reading this book, a novice teacher will better
understand student motivation, student learning, human development,
classroom organization, classroom management, assessment
techniques, and the administration of schools.
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