This book review evaluates Pam Grossman’s edited book Teaching core practices in teacher education. The book provides an excellent resource for teacher educators interested in exploring and implementing the practice-based teaching model (PBT). The review delineates the three essential components of PBT model as addressed in the book: representation, decomposition, and approximations of practice. Key issues related to effectively launching PBT to support candidates are highlighted to encourage readers to continue to think about these issues.



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