The School-based Teacher Selection form is a recommendation form completed by principals. Principals are asked to rate potential mentor teachers in areas such as mentorship skills, classroom management ability, and instructional excellence.

"We believe the mentoring of teacher candidates is one of the most important leverage points in influencing their future impact on student achievement and contributions to the profession of education. The relationship between a teacher candidate and a master teacher is a coalescence of two, creating growth and understanding of the teaching and learning process, and how it impacts the heart and mind of a child or adolescent. In this relationship, teacher candidates explore what it means to create the ah-hah moments that inspire a young mind, and how to do so in the context of purposeful teaching."

-Dr. Debora Scheffel, Dean, School of Education

School-Based Teacher Selection Form

Principal recommendation form that confirms mentor teachers' skills.


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