There are few studies that focus on the perceptions and experiences of school administrators toward new teachers; however, understanding of both are required for accreditation. Furthermore, the school administrators’ perceptions of the training, as well as teachers’ performance and impact on student learning during their first years of teaching is vital to determine how new teachers are performing in the classroom. This case study explored these perceptions and three main themes emerged: Indicators of New Teacher Effectiveness, Evidence of Impact on Student Learning, and Identified Areas for Growth. Insight for understanding ways to improve teacher preparation are included.
Kaka, Sarah J. and Tygret, Jennifer A.
"Administrators' Insights into the Preparation and Performance of New Teachers,"
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 14
, Article 3.
Available at: https://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/nwjte/vol14/iss2/3