The Professional Development and Support Needs of Newly Qualified ECE Teachers

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New Teacher Support Needs. By Helen Aitken.   This paper reports on research on new teacher support needs. It examined the experiences of a group of eight newly qualified teachers in the 18 months following the completion of their initial […]
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