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GESA in a Clinically Rich Residency

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Through our clinically rich residency professional development, we have introduced mentor teachers and teacher candidates to Generating Expecations for Student Achievement (GESA), developed by Dolores Grayson. This framework facilitates objective observation of classroom student learning and engagement to better inform planning, instruction, assessment and reflection.

GESA at work in a clinically rich co-taught classroom: