For Alison Schriro, the College of Education has ‘been there every step’ of her teaching career

By Anna Francis, annafrancis@sc.edu The CarolinaTIP completer is encouraged by continued investment through the Coaching Academy Alison Schriro enjoyed her time at the University of South Carolina,…

Power:Ed funding expands CarolinaTIP programming to Pee Dee

The Carolina Teacher Induction Program (CarolinaTIP) has earned a $300,000 grant from Power:Ed, the philanthropy of the SC Student Loan Corporation, to expand programming to South Carolina’s Pee Dee…

CarolinaTIP completer receives college’s 2024 Outstanding New Teacher Award

CarolinaTIP Educator Adam Rafferty was presented with the University of South Carolina College of Education’s 2024 Outstanding New Teacher Award at its annual Champions of Education Gala in late…

Carolina TIP : Program Impact

Since 2017, CarolinaTIP has achieved teacher retention rates ranging from 93% to 100%. As a result of three years of program support, TIP Teachers overwhelmingly report: Decreased Stress Increased…

From Knowing to Listening: A Coach’s Journey

By Melissa Klosterman Once upon a time… There was a sagey old teacher who thought that she knew everything about helping rookie teachers. Today there is a wiser, even older teacher who knows…

CarolinaTIP: A Promising Solution to the Teacher Shortage

By Nicole Skeen, University Induction Coordinator | UofSC College of Education When my husband and I found out we were expecting, we did everything in our power to prepare. We read books, attended…

Supporting Novice Teachers in the Time of COVID-19

by Angela Adams, Lead Coach, Carolina Teacher Induction Program

Bridging the Gap with Support and Planning

by Madalyn Hazlett Dreher High…

Why I’m Still Here: Reflections on the Choice to Teach

by Alexis Deese-Smith  7th Grade English Language Arts Teacher at R.H. Fulmer Middle School “Remember that you chose to teach middle schoolers.”

Finding My Rhythm as a New Teacher

by Carson Coomes, Orchestra Director, Blythewood Middle School As a fourth grader, I remember being shuffled down to my school’s auditorium one morning for a performance from the fifth grade strings…

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