The Arizona New Teacher Induction Network (AZNTIN) invites teams that support induction and mentoring in their district to enhance their work by engaging in professional learning and collaboration. District teams attend a two-day fall session, a one-day winter session, and a one-day spring session focused on building capacity and the impact of induction programs. It is expected that each participating district creates a four-member team that includes a program director, one mentor, a site administrator, and one other person of the team’s choosing.
Our network will revisit the work connected to culturally responsive pedagogy, and ensuring that mentors have the knowledge, skills, tools, and resources to help beginning teachers to provide access to grade-level content to all students.
We will focus on the instructional mentoring aspect of an induction program that includes clear roles and expectations for all involved. This is a great opportunity to plan for your induction program or set new goals to increase effectiveness.
Registration includes training, materials, breakfast and lunch for all dates, plus dinner on September 21, 2021.
Please contact Marissa Delgado at email@example.com if you require lodging at the conference resort for the nights of September 20 and/or 21, 2021.
All times listed are in MST/Phoenix, AZ time.
- For questions regarding this resource, please contact Arizona K12 Center.