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Inforgraphics about New Teacher

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  2. 2. 15% of new teachers leave within the first year;<br />30% leave within the first three years;<br />And 40-50% leave within five years.<br />(Moore Johnson, 2006).<br />
  3. 3. A conservative <br />national estimate <br />of the cost <br />per year<br />of replacing public school teachers who have dropped out of the profession is <br />$2.2billion.<br />(Alliance for Excellent Education, 2005)<br />
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  5. 5. Still, despite what can feel like overwhelming odds for students and educators in our highest-need schools,teachers are considered the most important element of student learning within the school context.<br /> (Harvard’s Project on the Next Generation of Teachers, 2009; U. S. Department of Education, 2009), <br />
  6. 6. During the school years 1999–2000 to 2004–2005, New York hired more than 50,000 teachers, of which 46% were certified, 34% uncertified, and 20% alternatively certified teachers. <br />(Kane, Rockoff, & Staiger, 2008). <br />
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  8. 8. Affective Dimensions<br />Generally, newer teachers report that:<br />Their work issolitary;<br />They are expected to beprematurely expert and independent; <br />They are oftenundervalued by administrators; <br />And their fellow teachers may not share a senseof<br />collective responsibilityfor their schoolcommunity.<br />(Harvard’s Project on the Next Generation of Teachers, 2009; MetLife Survey, 2004)<br />
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  19. 19. 69% of teachers with less than five years experience use the Internet as a resource for teaching on a weekly basis.<br />(MetLife Study, 2008) <br />
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  21. 21. Teacher World<br />Curriki<br />Thinkfinity<br />MERLOT Teacher Education Portal<br />Physics Teacher Education Coalition<br />TDA<br />National Teacher Training Institute<br />TEFL.net<br />Steve Spangler Science<br />Galileo Teacher Training Program<br />Teacher Training Videos<br />learner.org<br />MiddleWeb<br />Teacher Magazine<br />TAPPED IN<br />Teachers Network<br />TeachingEnglish<br />PBS TeacherLine Peer Line Connection<br />So, what’s out there?<br />How can we be different?<br />edu tube<br />Classroom 2.0<br />TeachAde<br />NextGen Teachers<br />Teachers Recess<br />SocialNetworking4Teachers<br />ProTeacherCommunity<br />Google Teacher Community<br />WWT-We the Teachers<br />TeacherLingo<br />Applebatch<br />teacher tube<br />VITAL<br />Cross Media Annotation System (XMAS)<br />edu tube<br />Teachers.net<br />PBS Teachers<br />Sites for Teachers<br />The Teacher&apos;s Corner<br />Teach-nology<br />Teaching & Learning Center<br />The Learning Page<br />Teacher Learning Board<br />Teacher Learning Center<br />Teacher Learning Academy<br />Teacher Education Institute<br />
  22. 22. About TC Program Completers (2000-2005)... <br />They tend to be younger than their peers at the comparison institutions. There are slightly more female and fewer Black and Hispanic PCs.<br />Less than age 25: 23.3%<br />Aged 25 to 30: 54.9%<br />Female: 78.1%<br />Black: 5.3%<br />Hispanic: 5.1%<br />
  23. 23. About TC Program Completers (2000-2005)... <br />Over 80% of the PCs initially taught in schools that were within 15 miles from Teachers College and PC’s residence, another 10% were first employed within 30 miles.<br />
  24. 24. About TC Program Completers (2000-2005)... <br /><ul><li>29.8% taught at grade K-5, 15.0% at grade 6-8, and </li></ul>26.7% at grade 9-12 in <br />their first teaching job. <br /><ul><li>74.7% first taught at urban schools, 22.0% at suburban schools and 3.3% at rural schools.</li></li></ul><li>About TC Program Completers (2000-2005)... <br />One year after their initial employment, 84.3% were still employed in the NYS public system. Three years after the initial employment, 62.9% were still employed in the NYS public system.<br />
  25. 25. About TC Program Completers (2000-2005)... <br />25% of the PCs were first employed in schools where fewer than 5.1% of their students received free- or reduced-price lunches; another 25% of the PCs were first employed in schools where more than 62.5% of the students received free- or reduced-price lunches. <br />25% of the PCs were first employed in schools where fewer than 5.3% of the students were Black or Hispanic; another 25% were employed in schools where more than 93% of the students were Black or Hispanic. <br />
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  29. 29. Science Education and Teaching of Social Studies had the lowest proportions of Black and Hispanic PCs (7%). <br />About TC Program Completers (2000-2005)...<br />Mathematics Education had the highest proportion of Black and Hispanic PCs (17%) followed by Literacy (14%) and Elementary Education (13%). <br />Mathematics Education PCs had the highest proportion of males (35%) followed by Social Studies (32%). <br />

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