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020    9781522552291 (e-book) 
020    9781522552284 (hardback) 
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050 00 LB2844.1.N4|bE93 2018e 
082 00 371.14/4|223 
245 00 Examining the teacher induction process in contemporary 
       education systems|h[electronic resource] /|cMustafa Ozturk
       and Paul Robert Hoard, editors 
260    Hershey, Pennsylvania :|bIGI Global,|c2018 
300    1 online resource (xx, 374 p.) 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Section 1. Global perspectives in teacher induction. 
       Chapter 1. Learning to teach during novice years: a case 
       study on an elementary school in Xi'an, China ; Chapter 2.
       Preparing and supporting classroom teachers through 
       induction ; Chapter 3. The induction of the principal 
       teacher in the Instituto Politecnico Nacional en Mexico: 
       the diploma in teaching training in the higher school of 
       medicine -- Section 2. Feedback styles in teacher 
       induction. Chapter 4. A booster for Turkish novice 
       teachers: reflective teaching ; Chapter 5. Empowering 
       novice teachers through blended feedback ; Chapter 6. 
       Mentoring for novice teachers -- Section 3. Teaching 
       climate and teacher induction. Chapter 7. Ecological cycle
       of the novice teachers in the induction process ; Chapter 
       8. Teacher socialization and teacher isolation ; Chapter 
       9. Teacher socialization in a changing world: 
       functionalist, interpretive, and critical perspectives -- 
       Section 4. Context-specific teacher induction. Chapter 10.
       Teacher induction for teachers prepared online: an answer 
       in search of a question ; Chapter 11. Teacher induction in
       culturally, ethnically, or linguistically diverse settings
       ; Chapter 12. Teacher identity development of non-
       education-degree individuals: a narrative study 
506    Restricted to subscribers or individual electronic text 
       purchasers 
520 3  "This book addresses the construct of teacher induction 
       through theoretical and empirical research; provides in-
       depth conceptualization of being a novice teacher through 
       micro-political realities of teaching in different 
       geographical and cultural regions; and presents practical 
       implications and models from various educational settings"
       --Provided by publisher 
530    Also available in print 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web 
588    Description based on title screen (IGI Global, viewed 07/
       17/2018) 
650  0 First year teachers 
650  0 Teacher orientation 
650  0 Teachers|xIn-service training 
700 1  Ozturk, Mustafa,|d1984-|eeditor 
700 1  Hoard, Paul Robert,|d1986-|eeditor 
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