Factors the Influence the Classroom Management Style of New Teachers
This study investigated whether any relationship exists between new teachers classroom management style and: (a) teachers’ own beliefs about education, (b) the mentorship teachers receive from
experienced colleagues, (c) teachers’ participation in the New Teacher Induction Program (NTIP), and (d) whether administrators at the school displayed a “transformational leadership” style.
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This summary was created by the Research for Teachers project at The Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario (ETFO):
This summary outlines research in the area of parent engagement:
"A wealth of research concludes that students are more likely to be successful when their parents are
engaged in their education....In light of this evidence, meaningful relationships that enhance parents’ opportunities to make important
contributions to student learning are vital to the work of teachers."
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