A recent literature review commissioned by the Queensland College of Teachers QCT and undertaken by Southern Cross University, examined the extent to which teachers significantly violate professional boundaries. What might this look like in practice? A national approach provides a framework which schools should adapt to meet their contextual needs and the needs of individual teachers. The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership developed a framework based on four pillars — professional practices, orientation, well-being and professional identity. These pillars are useful in tailoring an induction program that will assist beginning teachers to develop their knowledge, skills and dispositions as a professional teacher.
Induction Training Checklist
Literature Review on Teacher Education in the 21st Century - darma.info
The efficient onboarding process always starts long before the employee joins the company. However, the most impactful is the first day of a new job. Sadly, we usually forget how important this day is. It is the moment when an exceptional level of employee engagement can be achieved at a marginal cost.
Staff induction and training programmes have become indispensable tools in sharpening the skills, knowledge and attitude of employees to make them contribute effectively towards the attainment of organizational goals. Training is beneficial to all parties to it. Management uses it to boost the overall productivity and efficiency of their organization. Trainees achieve personal growth and development, as well as other benefits from training. On the otherside, trainer gain greater knowledge and experience by participating in training.