New Teachers, Getting Adjusted, 2015-2016

 
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Published Mar 2, 2016 | 70 Pages | Pub ID: CURP5915012

Abstract: K-12 New Teacher Survey 2015

The teaching profession is under going significant change, as is K-12 education in general—new modes of instruction, new ways to deliver instructional resources, implementation of technology in the classroom and a new focus on accountability for student achievement.

The innovative ideas and expectations new teachers bring to the classroom and how more experienced teachers are adapting to these changes impacts the future of education. For this report, Simba Information partnered with MCH Strategic Data to conduct a survey of teachers about their classroom experiences, expectations and needs.

The relatively short survey (27 multiple choice questions) was deployed over several weeks in October 2015. Questions addressed two main areas:
  • Teachers’ feelings about their preparation and their needs to be more effective;
  • Teachers’ use of instructional materials and technology.
This report examines those responses, particularly in how the experiences and responses differ among teachers new to the profession, experienced teachers new to their current position and experienced teachers long-established in their current position.
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    •   Teaching Position in School District
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      •   Teaching Experience
      •   Experience by Grade Level, 2015-16 First-Year Teachers

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      •   Teachers in Public and Private Elementary and Secondary Schools, 2011-12

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        •   Percentage of Public Schools With at Least One Teaching Vacancy

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        •   Turnover Reasons by Categories, North Carolina, 2014-15
        •   Percentage of Public Schools With at Least One Difficult to Staff Teaching Position by Subject Area
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      •   Level of Comfort or Concern
      •   Percentage of 2015-16 First Year Teachers Who Received Training in Specific Areas Before Classes Began*
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      •   What Would Help Increase Position Efficiency, Total Survey Group*
      •   What Would Help Increase Position Efficiency, 2015-16 First Year Teachers*
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      •   Most Preferred Resource for Teaching Core Subjects*

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      •   Most Preferred Resource for Teaching Core Subjects, 2015-16 First Year Teachers*

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        •   Five or More Hours Being Spent Using Digital Resources for In-Class Instruction
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      •   Frequency of Instructional Resource Use in Classroom*
      •   Frequency of Instructional Resource Use in Classroom, 2015-16 First Year Teachers*
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      •   Device Most Desired for Classroom Use*

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