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by Bonnie S. Billingsley

eBook Cultivating and Keeping Committed Special Education Teachers: What Principals and District Leaders Can Do ePub
Author: Bonnie S. Billingsley
Language: English
ISBN: 1412908884
ISBN13: 978-1412908887
Publisher: Corwin; 1 edition (March 10, 2005)
Pages: 264
Category: Schools & Teaching
Subcategory: Teaching
Rating: 4.3
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ePub file: 1763 kb
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Billingsley highlights the problems that drive many special educators out of teaching and outlines practical recommendations that leaders can use to. .29. Part II Finding and Cultivating HighQuality Special Educators.

Billingsley highlights the problems that drive many special educators out of teaching and outlines practical recommendations that leaders can use to increase retention. 31. Chapter 3 Recruiting and Hiring Highly Qualified Special Educators.

Bonnie S. Billingsley is faculty member in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Virginia Tech. Dr. Billingsley began her career in special education teaching students with disabilities in both Tallahassee and St. Augustine, Florida. Billingsley has published numerous articles in leading journals on special education teacher retention, teacher support, and the needs of beginning special education teachers.

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The Journal of Special Education 38 (1), 39-55, 2004. Predictors of commitment, job satisfaction, and intent to stay in teaching: A comparison of general and special educators. BS Billingsley, LH Cross. The journal of special education 25 (4), 453-471, 1992. Cultivating and keeping committed special education teachers: What principals and district leaders can do.

Billingsley highlights the problems that drive many special educators out of teaching and outlines practical recommendations that leaders can use to increase retention

Billingsley highlights the problems that drive many special educators out of teaching and outlines practical recommendations that leaders can use to increase retention.

Billingsley highlights the problems that drive many special educators out of teaching and outlines practical recommendations that leaders can use to increase . Bonnie S.

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What Principals and District Leaders Can Do. Billingsley - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA. Courses: Administration of Special Education. March 2005 264 pages Corwin. Numerous assessments, tools, and resources are included to help leaders, mentors, and teachers improve the conditions of special education teaching.

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Cultivating and Keeping Committed Special Education Teachers : What Principals and District Leaders Can Do. Foreword by James McLeskey Improve teacher retention by understanding and supporting the work of special education teachers! Are you concerned about special education teacher attrition? Do you wonder about how to meet the demand for highly qualified special needs teachers? This book highlights the problems that drive many special needs teachers out of teaching and outlines practical recommendations that leaders can use to increase retention.

Cultivating and keeping committed special educators: What principals and district administrators can do (pp . Rock, M. & Billingsley, B. (2013). From Metaphorically Speaking to Acting Boldly, Teacher Education and Special Education, 37(1), 71-76

Cultivating and keeping committed special educators: What principals and district administrators can do (pp. 1-230). Corwin Press: Thousand Oaks, CA. (co-published with the Council for Exceptional Children). Crockett, . Billingsley, . & Boscardin, . From Metaphorically Speaking to Acting Boldly, Teacher Education and Special Education, 37(1), 71-76. Israel, M. & Smith, S. (2011). Supporting New Teachers: How Online Resources and Web . Technologies Can Help.

Billingsley highlights the problems that drive many special educators out of teaching and outlines practical recommendations that leaders can use to increase retention.
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