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Tips for New Teachers in Corrections Education


I came across this article, Guidance on teaching in prisons and I'd love to hear your thoughts. If you are a new teacher in corrections, what are your thoughts? If you are an experienced teacher in corrections, do you agree or disagree with the opinons expressed? And if you were asked to share a few words of wisdom/ tips for others, what would those tips be?

I'd love to hear your thoughts and strategies. 

Kathy Tracey

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Onboarding and Evaluating New Teachers


We are rapidly approaching the new academic year and this often means new teachers entering adult education programs. How do you onboard a new teacher? What training requirements do you have in place for new hire? And how will you evaluate both new and experienced teachers? 

Starting a new year with new teachers.

We are starting a new year and getting our class schedules and new teachers ready. Soon, students will be entering the classroom - eager to learn to read, build skills, gain employment, and even go to college. I invite you to read the article about how new teachers need a master's support.  The author, Tim Goral, says" new teachers are too often left to fend for themselves, without the benefit of an artisan-apprentice relationship." 

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