Treating Student Teachers Like Doctors-In-Training
Benet Magnuson

Great article! The medical rounds/instructional rounds approach mentioned in the article is not only an effective model for student teaching but is also an increasingly common practice in many schools. Instructional rounds, when done well, help make teaching a shared rather than a isolated activity. Direct observation of teaching practices also activates mirror neurons which primes individuals to try out new strategies in their own classrooms.

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