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SANDRA A. STROOT & BOMNA KO

In: Handbook of Physical Education

Chapter 24: Induction of Beginning Physical Educators into the School Setting

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Induction of Beginning Physical Educators into the School Setting
Induction of beginning physical educators into the school setting

Socialization into the teaching profession occurs over the entire scope of a teacher's career. Varying definitions of socialization resulted in differing interpretations of outcomes for teachers. For example, Lortie (1975) defined socialization as, “… a subjective process — it is something that happens to people as they move through a series of structured experiences and internalize the subculture of the group” (p. 61). Lacey (1977) described socialization as “… the process of change by which individuals become members of the teaching profession” (p. 634). Socialization, as described by Van Maanen and Schein, (1979) is a process where an individual is “…taught and learns what behaviors and perspectives are ...

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