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Sunday, February 10, 2013
New Mentor System
The plan that I would implament to keep teacher retention down would create a better mentor system for new teachers. The plan would make a better transition from the work force to the classroom. The mentor for the new teacher would be some one that has taught the course or a related course area. The mentor system would also provide new teachers with a game plan for the classroom which would include the base lesson plans and educational work shops that would provide them with information that should be taught in a standard base classroom. New teacher would be on this plan for 2 years to provide the necessary help that is neeed to make a smooth transition into a classroom setting. I think this plan would not make new teacher feel like they are being set up to not be succssful. The revised mentor system would give each teacher a great base to build on to become a better teacher in there subject area.