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Triad Meetings

Why Do We Have Triad Meetings?

Designed to foster positive relationships between site administrators, Mentors, and Candidates, the Triad Meeting occurs at several points throughout a school year as teachers write their Individualized Learning Plan goals. At the meeting, you will hear your Candidates' goals and help them revise these goals and plan for their inquiry. An Induction Mentor facilitates the meeting by leading Candidates through the questions on the Triad Meeting form, a document that all Candidates at a school site have discussed prior to the meeting. Administrators e-sign the form at the conclusion of the meeting. This is our evidence to the state and program leaders that the meeting has occurred.

 

Triad Meetings also:

  • Encourage more frequent dialogue between new teachers and administrators

  • Help Candidates and Mentors understand the roles and responsibilities of a site administrator who is working with new teachers

  • Provide structured time for Candidates to share about student success and ask for specific support

  • Assist site administrators in learning about Induction activities

Triad Form

Click the image below to see a copy of our Triad Form.

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