Innovation of teacher induction: Review on regional standardized training of beginning teachers in Shanghai

Xuan Zhao


Since 2012, Shanghai has promoted regional standardized training of beginning teachers (RSTBT) for 6 years. Regional Education Bureau (REB), Teachers Training Colleges (TTC), kindergartens, primary and secondary schools (K-12 schools) of all 18 Districts have taken part in this program. Y district lied in the northeast of Shanghai. Its regional education bureau and teacher′s training college promoted inductive training for new teachers, and finally accumulated rich experience in teacher induction.

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