A Teacher-in-residence approach to in-service  
	Andy Anderson, University of Toronto, Canada
	Vasil Henry, Avon-Maitland School Board  Ontario, Canada 

Current approaches to professional learning for teachers seek to harmonize 
development activities with the demands of classroom practice and system-wide 
efforts to improve. The need for high quality learning experiences, on-site, 
which make the links between theory (aspiration) and practice (performance) 
relevant and real presents a challenge for in-service providers. 
Teacher-in-residence is a promising approach that engages teachers in a critical 
examination of new methods of teaching focused on the integration of health with 
academic study.                   

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