Early Career Teachers

Mentoring, Development, Career Progression

Are you a new teacher?

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If you are a new teacher within the first 5 years of employment in a publicly funded school in Canada, we invite you to participate in our pan-Canadian study of teacher induction and mentoring programs.

Please, consider participating in our online survey before July 15, 2016:

In English:

http://queensu.fluidsurveys.com/s/teacher-induction-survey/

Ou Français:

http://queensu.fluidsurveys.com/s/teacher-induction-survey-french/

What is this study about?

The purpose of our pan-Canadian research project is to explore the differential impact of teacher induction and mentorship programs on the early-career teachers’ retention across the provinces and territories.

You will be asked to provide your perspectives and insights about your early career experiences with teaching, induction and mentoring programs, professional learning opportunities, and career development.

The survey will take about 15 – 20 minutes to complete.

There are no known physical, psychological, economic, or social risks associated with this study. This study has been granted clearance by the General Research Ethics Board according to Canadian research ethics principles, as well as policies and procedures of Queen’s University and University of Saskatchewan.

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ENTER TO WIN iPAD Mini 3

Upon completion of the survey, you can enter your name into a draw for an iPad Mini 3.

The draw will take place on July 16, 2016 and the winners will be contacted by email.

To learn more about the research project, please contact:

Dr. Benjamin Kutsyuruba
Queen’s University
ben.kutsyuruba@queensu.ca

613-533-3049

Dr. Keith Walker
University of Saskatchewan
keith.walker@usask.ca

306-220-0614

Download this page as a handout…

Microsoft Word (*.docx) English

Adobe Portable Document Format (*.pdf) English

Microsoft Word (*.docx) Français

Adobe Portable Document Format (*.pdf) Français

Author: Ben Kutsyuruba

Associate Professor (Educational Policy and Leadership, and School Law); Associate Director, Social Program Evaluation Group (SPEG), Faculty of Education, Queen's University. Throughout his career, Benjamin has worked as a teacher, researcher, manager, and professor in the field of education in Ukraine and Canada.

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