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INNOTEINduction for NOvice TEachers

Jan F. Deinum

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Acknowledgement

  • This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This presentation reflects the views only of the presenter, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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New challenges for teachers

Educational environments become more complex and heterogeneous

Changes to social and family structures

The increasingly diverse mix of students within multicultural societies

The need to pay more attention to the learning needs of individual pupils

Increased autonomy of schools

Result: increase in teachers’ duties and requirements

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Why induction?

Drop-outratesamongnewrecruits

Teacher shortage

NQTs´difficulties

EU resolution “Improving the Quality of Teacher Education“: encourages the promotion of continuous and coherent professional development of teachers throughout their careers

particular attention should be paid to the initial induction of NQTs

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Aim of the INNOTE project

to share knowledge about effective induction programs

to organize seminars and workshop to develop further knowledge about induction

to build a community network

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Project partners

University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands (coordinator)

Dr. Nassau College, Assen, The Netherlands

Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

GymnáziumJiříhoGutha-Jarkovského, Prague, Czech Republic

University of Joensuu, Joensuu, Finland

Joensuunlyseonperuskoulu, Joensuu, Finland

Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia

School Dr. MilanaHodžu, Bratislava, Slovakia

University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany

St. Mariengymnasium, Regensburg, Germany

University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

EszterházyKároly College, Eger, Hungary

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Research findings about induction

Difficulties of newly qualified teachers throughout countries are similar (regardless the initial teacher education)

Different solutions and induction systems exist in various countries

No specific induction tool is to be the most effective

Collections of activities works the best

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Differences in induction within EU

Official induction vs nonofficial

Temporary degrees

Government pays vs school pays

Universities involved vs only schools

Relation with Professional development schools

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INNOTE Induction web portal (plan)

provide good practices of induction arrangements and support NQTs

forum for an online community ofNQT's and their mentors

online courses and course materials for NQT'sand mentors

dissemination purposes

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Annual reports

The first report will focus on the current induction situation in the different countries.

The second report will focus on good practices of induction and an update of the literature analysis.

The third report will focus on induction strategies and policies for schools and universities. This will derived from a second national document analysis and by interviewing stakeholders in each country.

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Seminars

INNOTE will organize three international seminars about Induction, each with a different topic. The seminars are open for non-partners. Tentative dates are:

Seminar 1: What is known about induction and how can it be done. 29 September – 01 October 2010 in Regensburg (DE).

Seminar 2: Good practices in induction. 10-11 October 2011 in Prague (CZ)

Seminar 3: Induction as part of school/university strategy. 24-26 September 2012 in Groningen (NL)

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National workshops

In each of the participating countries there will be 3 workshops organized around induction. These workshops will have a similar appearance in all countries. The workshops are related to the

Workshop 1: How to organize induction?

Workshop 2: Good practices

Workshop 3: Induction as part of school/university strategy and professional development strategy

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Courses

Within INNOTE we will design courses for newly qualified teachers and their school mentors. Focus of these courses is on the intercultural dimension of teaching. The courses are also open for none-partners of the project. Tentative dates are:

07-11 February 2011 in Regensburg (DE) for Newly Qualified Teachers

21-15 May 2012 in Bratislava(SK) for Newly Qualified Teachers

12-14 October 2011 in Prague () for Mentors

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Concluding remarks

  • Further Information:

    • www.jomite.eu/innote

    • Next event: Seminar in Regensburg 29.9. – 1.10.2010)

      (see homepage for detailed information)

  • Comments, Questions, Criticism

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