'No One Has Asked Me But I Have Something to Offer': New Teachers' Experience-Based 'Ten Commandments' Designed for Optimal Induction into School of New Teachers

Eti Gilad


This paper discusses practical recommendations of new teachers after one-three years of teaching at school. They want to offer these recommendations to new teachers during the first year of their induction process at school. The study was conducted according to the qualitative research method and the participants were 128 new teachers. The research was based on reflective diaries which were content analysed as is customary in qualitative research. The research findings illustrated that the new teachers demonstrated more optimism than frustration. They formulated ten recommendations for the optimal absorption of new teachers at school. The research recommendation is to include these practical advices in the support and mentoring programme of new teachers at school.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ire.v3i1.7049


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