Should teacher candidates give demonstration lessons?

05/21/2013 | Scholastic Administrator magazine

Watching teacher candidates give a lesson is a good way to gauge their eventual classroom performance, former superintendent and college professor Suzanne Tingley writes in this blog post. The demonstration lesson may not shed light on candidates' classroom-management skills, but it can show how they connect with students, whether they know the "basics" of teaching and whether they have potential, she writes.

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