Windham finds new way for teachers to help teachers
This fall, the district is taking things a step further and feedback has been positive.
Kori Becht, district director of curriculum, instruction and assessment, met with the two teachers last spring to discuss an expansion of mentoring opportunities.
Renda, who teaches second grade, said the program is multi-faceted, focusing on teacher training, orientation, professional development and mentoring.
“We want to put in place clear expectations and time frames,” Guessetto said.
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