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An induction handbook for new teachers to School District #92-Nisga'a
Charity Peal (author)Andrew Kitchenham (Thesis advisor)University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Master of Education (MEd)
Number of pages in document: 68
Teacher induction, retention, and attrition are issues that all British Columbia school districts encounter. As a rural district, School District #92-Nisga'a faces these challenges in a more rapid and steady rate than urban districts. In this research project, an induction handbook for new teachers entering School District #92-Nisga'a has been created as one way to support new teachers entering the district. Two main purposes are highlighted within the induction of teachers to School District #92-Nisga'a: (1) to create a central location for teachers to access information regarding teaching and learning within the district and (2) to give a general overview of Nisga'a language, culture, and communities. --P. ii.
Teacher orientation -- British Columbia -- New Aiyansh -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.Teacher turnover -- British Columbia -- New Aiyansh -- Prevention.British Columbia. School District No. 92 (Nis ̲ga'a) -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.