The use of exemplary K-12 teachers as agents of change in universities has been quietly making its way into teacher preparation programs around the country over the past decade. In this role, they are commonly called Teachers-in-Residence (TIRs) or Master Teachers (MTs). This article attempts to summarize the impact of TIRs' on WMU's and Arizona's teacher preparation effort.
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