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Computer-Supported Communities for Novice Teachers: Needs Assessment and Design
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Abstract

Retention of novice teachers is a problem for school districts. Teacher induction programs are beneficial in increasing retention, but these programs take time, a commodity in short supply among novice teachers. Computer-based support has been suggested as an alternative resource. This paper reports the findings of a survey among novice teachers in the rural south-eastern United States as part of a needs assessment for developing support tools and programs for this population.

Citation

Colaric, S.M. & Stapleton, J. (2005). Computer-Supported Communities for Novice Teachers: Needs Assessment and Design. Presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Meeting 2005. Retrieved December 12, 2019 from .

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