Providing new teacher induction is an important practice that is common in schools around the world (Wong, Britton, and Ganser 2005). Teacher induction and mentoring programs have been found to reduce the rate of new teacher attrition, increase job satisfaction, and efficacy (Ingersoll and Smith 2004). Mentoring has been the main form of teacher induction used in the United States since the early 1980′s (Fideler and Haselkorn1999).
Brannon, Diana; Fiene, Judy; Burke, Lisa; and Wehman, Therese
"Meeting the Needs of New Teachers Through Mentoring, Induction, and Teacher Support,"
Academic Leadership: The Online Journal: Vol. 7
, Article 22.
Available at: https://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol7/iss4/22