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ECT induction mentors: who to choose and how to support them
Induction mentors will play an important role in early career teacher (ECT) induction from 1 September. Read up on the best candidates and ways you can support them in their role.
- Induction mentors - who they are and what they do
- Mentors help ECTs receive an ECF-based induction
- Experience is key
- Good teaching is good teaching - regardless of the subject
- Time is a factor - understand the commitment
- Use the mentor training you’re offered
- Tutors and mentors are different roles - help them work together
- Mentor training is not a one-time thing
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