'Effective mentoring of early career teachers: a support guide for new teacher mentors' is a free professional support resource for Australian schools and early learning centres. It provides tips and advice on what it takes to mentor a new teacher effectively, as well as some professional learning activities, reflection questions and useful links to get new and aspiring teacher mentors started on their challenging but rewarding journey.
The ADDIE methodology for Instructional and Learning Design is a good fifty or so years old now, but the process nevertheless provides an excellent PM framework for developing thoughtful and responsive digital learning projects that are tailored to the needs of the learner.
If you’re interested in teacher professional learning in Australia, the 2018 OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey is a treasure trove.
Experiential learning and improving the effectiveness of teacher professional learning in Australia: A White Paper
Why are ‘on-the-job’ applicability and engagement with colleagues so critical for effective teacher professional learning?
Featured prominently in submissions to the Australian Government's Inquiry into the Status of the Teaching Profession were concerns associated with the need for improved support for early career teachers.
According to the UK Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (2008), there are a few 'must haves' when establishing a successful mentoring or coaching procedure in organisations.