Key Resources for Principals

Blog Post created by jim.strachan on Jan 7, 2020

In their longitudinal research of NTIP, Christine Frank & Associates found ongoing feedback and encouragement from the principal was the strongest predictor of growth in NTIP. This speaks to the power of listening, the power of encouragement, and the ability of the principal to be a meaningful piece of a mentoring web for a new teacher.

New Teacher Induction Program – Induction Elements Manual 2019 (page 13)


NTIP Eligibility

The 4Rs of Authentic Learning


Individual NTIP Strategy | Teacher Performance Appraisal for New Permanent Hires


New Teachers | Mentors | Principals | Board Leaders