This report examines the working lives of new teachers through the TALIS 2008 survey of lower-secondary teachers and schools. New teachers are defined as having two years or less of teaching experience. In most countries, new teachers assume virtually the same teaching responsibilities as more experienced teachers, but they report that they often lack the necessary classroom management
skills for effective teaching and learning. Their classrooms often have insufficient time devoted to teaching and learning and poorer disciplinary climate.
- The experience of new teachers
- Jensen, Ben et al.
The experience of new teachers
Results from TALIS 2008
Australia(Asia and Pacific)
Malaysia(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
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