Case Studies of Beginning Teachers offers a collection of 35 case studies of first-year teaching experiences — a mixture of true dilemmas and best solution scenarios — that bridge educational theory and practice to shed light on actual problems and challenges new teachers most often confront.
Place of Publication
White Plains, NY
Kowalski, Theodore J.; Weaver, Roy A.; and Henson, Kenneth T., "Case Studies of Beginning Teachers" (1994). Educational Leadership Faculty Publications. 57.
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