NBCT: Veteran educators can improve next generation of teachers

12/27/2009 | Teacher in a Strange Land

Veteran teachers have valuable experience that should be passed on to novice educators to improve teaching, writes a National Board Certified Teacher in this blog post. Nancy Flanagan argues that teachers should act as gatekeepers of their own profession -- ensuring the quality of the next generation of educators. "There is an opportunity to salvage good teaching -- and valuable contextual experience -- by acknowledging that veteran teachers have something to contribute," Flanagan writes.

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