NBCT hopes to learn by mentoring a student-teacher

09/8/2010 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

Student-teaching in a real classroom is the only way to learn to be an effective teacher, according to a National Board Certified Teacher who is hosting a student-teacher for the first time this year. Sarah Henchey, a middle-school teacher, says she plans to use the experience to share her own experiences and to learn from her student-teacher. "I can only hope that, in the end, both she and I will have gained insights into what it takes to be an accomplished teacher," Henchey writes.

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