You need to get oriented. It’s typically lasts the first two or three days of employment, sometimes called New Teacher Week, and should be the beginning event of onboarding for teachers, but it’s only one event.
This is a process beyond orientation. It conveys a school district’s values, explains people and professional culture, aligns expectations and performance, and provides the resources that are essential for employees to be successfully integrated into his or her position with pre-planned efforts.
There are many professional groups that help support you in your area of passion. Are you in to science? Or maybe music is your thing? These various groups are fun ways to grow your experience!
There are lots of specific advancement opportunities. Schools often create groups of faculty that help run programs within your school to improve the student and teaching experience. See if there is one in your school!