Tri-Valley Teacher Induction Program
Supporting Students, One Teacher at a Time
Currently serving teachers in Castro Valley, Dublin, and Livermore
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The vision of the Tri-Valley Teacher Induction Program is to accelerate growth and enhance the development of Participating Teachers in a thoughtful, sustained, and systematic manner through the implementation of a quality teacher induction experience.
The Program believes every student deserves a quality learning experience. To achieve this goal, the Program partners highly trained induction coaches, who are fully released from the classroom, with participating teachers in order to support and guide them in accelerating growth and enhancing development in service of students while earning a California Professional Clear Teaching Credential.
The Program is built on the core values of equity, responsiveness, positive presupposition, reflective dialogue, and inquiry. Through an individualized goal-focused approach, the Program guides teachers and coaches in strengthening best practices within and beyond the classroom as outlined in the California Standards for the Teaching Profession (CSTP) to ensure the growth of all students.
The Program’s vision is grounded in Linda Darling Hammond’s research that the quality of teaching in the classroom is the number one indicator of student success. For sixteen years, the program partnered with New Teacher Center whose mission was to develop educators to empower students for success. NTC combined decades of expertise with current research to develop and share best practices in rigorous standards-based learning, social and emotional learning, research-based instructional practices, and diverse learning needs. We continue to use this foundation as we support new teachers in their growth and development for the success of our students.
The Tri-Valley Teacher Induction Program (TVTIP) is an individualized, job-embedded system of coaching, support and professional learning. Participating teachers in the Induction Program experience enhanced professional growth and development building upon their teacher preparation program by participating in a rich and thoughtful induction process.
Participating Teachers engage in reflective conversations with experienced coaches and chart their own progress through the continuum of skills, knowledge, and abilities aligned to the California Standards for the Teaching Profession and State adopted academic student content standards in order to accelerate their development; therefore, positively impacting student learning.
Collaboration with highly qualified teacher leader Coach
Fulfillment of Induction requirements for a Clear Credential
Participate in Professional Development
Opportunity to Earn College Credit
Advancement of instructional practices
Who is eligible to participate?
A teacher participates in the Induction Program if he or she:
Holds a Multiple, Single Subject or Education Specialist Preliminary Credential and is in their first or second year of teaching.
Holds a Multiple, Single Subject or Education Specialist Preliminary Credential and is required to participate in an approved induction program as stated on the credential.
Has completed a Multiple, Single Subject or Education Specialist Internship Program and has applied for, or has received a Preliminary Credential.
For Additional Information contact the TVTIP Office: (925) 606-3278
Quick Facts ...
TVTIP is currently engaged in the Initial Institutional Approval process with the State of California. As we continue to build a quality Induction program for our teachers during these changing times, it’s important to reflect on our many accomplishments. Kudos to the Induction team for strongly encouraging feedback from our teachers! The overall results of our participant survey were extremely positive across all districts! Some highlights are noted below. Participating teachers felt strongly or very strongly that Induction:
Provided the foundation for their professional development
Built upon their teacher training
Was timely in meeting their needs (working with their coach)
Was extremely valuable especially with observations of their teaching and reflections on their teaching practice
Facilitated strong connections between the Individual Learning Plan and evidence of teaching practice, professional development activities, and work with their coach