Model of managerial support of professionally self determining young teacher at a pre-school educational institution

Babukhina, A. V.
October 2011
Contemporary Higher Education: Innovative Aspects / Sovremennaia;Oct2011, Issue 4, p109
Academic Journal
Components of structural and functional model of managerial support of professionally self determining young kindergarten teacher are shown, the importance of managerial support for professional determination of a young teacher starting a teaching career is revealed.


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