Auteur Anna Elizabeth Du Plessis is an education specialist who has 26 years' experience in teaching, including eight years in sch...
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Anna Elizabeth Du Plessis is an education specialist who has 26 years' experience in teaching, including eight years in school leadership. Her various research projects have examined educational leadership, professional development for teachers and school leaders, preservice teachers' professional experience, the beginning teacher workforce, and teachers' lived experiences in relation to out-of-field teaching practices.
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This book addresses the global concern of teacher attrition rates, particularly those who walk away from the profession within the first five years.
Section 1. Reimagining the Frame 1. The Challenges for Staying: What Makes Beginning Teachers Leave the Teaching Profession? 2. A Voyage of Noticing the Context 3. Finding the Golden Thread 4. Identifying the Exits Section 2: The Value of Time 5. Leaders Connecting the Dots 6. "Here I Am, Ready to Teach": Harnessing Preparedness 7. Sharing the Load: Professional Interrelationships and the Community of Practice 8. High-Risk Contexts 9. Protect and Guard: A Balancing Act