Mentoring Through a Different Lens

I need to start this post by giving a shoutout to Tina Cardoneand David Coffey for this conversation:
I think I’ve quoted David’s reply about a dozen times whenever I think or talk about my experience with my current student teacher. ┬áThis experience is unique for me for a few reasons: (1) she knows what I’m like as a teacher when I’ve taught the same course half a dozen times and I have it down to a science and (2) now she’s getting to experience what it’s like for me to teach a course from scratch and the planning, questioning, wondering, winning, and failing that comes along with it.

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