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Enewsletter   |   November 2020

RSVP:  Nov. 12 Network Meeting

Please join our Network meeting on November 12, from 10 a.m. - noon on Zoom. We look forward to seeing everyone, updating you as we transition to our new host organization and sharing best practices for high quality mentoring.

We have a packed agenda:
  • Hear what makes our Network's future bright!
  • See our new branding.
  • Meet our new host, Loudoun Education Foundation.
  • Learn about 2019-2020 Network data.
  • Engage in a breakout model to learn and share best new teacher mentoring practices from your colleagues. 

Please RSVP at the link below.

Join the Zoom meeting at:  

https://pwcs-zm-edu.zoom.us/j/84408953562?pwd=eWgzUkVtR2JyOTRGcTc3ME00dnJ3Zz09

Meeting ID: 844 0895 3562
Passcode: tin

RSVP: Fall Network Meeting

Watch Your Email For 2019-20 Data Reports 

Later this week, TIN Facilitators will receive their school division's 2019-20 data reports.  Take a deep dive into them with a customized virtual conference with Kirk Vandersall, director of Arroyo Research Services, the agency that annually collects and analyzes your induction program data. Learn from a skilled researcher and data analysis expert, by taking advantage of this opportunity to review your data, ask questions and seek recommendations.  Find a time that works for you and register at the link below. 
 
Register Now: Unpacking Your Division Data

New to the Website

Check the Library Page:
  • From Two Network Members:
    • Clarke County's Debbie Biggs conducted a "New Teacher Needs Assessment" this  past summer to help inform the agenda for her division's new teacher orientation.  She has generously shared the assessment and results on our website's Library page.  Debbie told us: "The results gave us a clear path for what our new teachers need during orientation, and we used them to build our agenda."  Nice work, Debbie! 
    • Prince Williams' Amie Weinberg's  "6 Tips for Mentoring New Teachers During Distance Learning"  was originally posted on Edutopia and has been added to our website library. Congratulations, Amie!

How to get on the new TIN Website
www.supportingnewteachers.org
To access the new website's Library, you'll need your password. If  you haven't yet created one, simply go to the site, click login and then "forgot your password."  You'll get an email with instructions on how to set it up. 

Questions? Contact Meg Carnes:  mcarnes@afcufoundation.org

TIN Advisory Board
Annie Dipert, Fairfax County.  Blaire Conner, Fauquier County. Katy Keegan, Manassas City. Jeri Swogger, Frederick. Donna Wilder, Prince William.

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