Graduate & Professional Student Research Forum
Graduate & Professional Student Association
This study investigated novice and veteran teachers' strategies for referring students to seek dean/administrative intervention. Participants included 16 pre-service, and 16 first year, and 16 teachers. The findings show that pre-service and new teachers seek to explore effective approaches rather than refer students to the dean reflecting three reasons: teachers disconnect with school administration, fear of administration's negative evaluation resulting from many referrals, and concerns of referral efficacy. This year, CCSD reported more than 5,000 violent acts, about the same number during 2018-2019, before Covid hiatus. Teachers blame this trend on lack of interaction (Chen for KTNV, 2022).
First year teachers; Teachers; Educators; School administrators; Schools--Safety measures
Elementary and Middle and Secondary Education Administration | Other Education
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Constructing a Bridge for New Teachers Evolving Schoolwide Communication During Covid.
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Ed Expo 2022 presentation slides
Turman_GPSA 24th Forum_Digital Presentation_Reference Page_2022.pdf (167 kB)
GPSA 24th Forum presentation references
Turman_Constructing a Bridge for New Teachers Evolving Schoolwide Communication During Covid_Manuscript.pdf (210 kB)
manuscript of presentation
Elementary and Middle and Secondary Education Administration Commons, Other Education Commons