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.
Recommended CitationWu, Xiuwen. (2019). Book Review: Grossman, P. (Ed.). (2018). Teaching core practices in teacher education. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press. 215 pages.. i.e.: inquiry in education: Vol. 11: Iss. 1, Article 3.
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