After the assessment, effective strategies observed can be borrowed and applied in bettering the education sector. The book describes the emergence of rounds as having been inspired by reflection. It is revealed that from the early 90s, educators used to come together and share issues which concerned their education at Harvard Graduate School of Education. These educators began visiting different schools, then sharing unique experiences collected by other schools. This idea was derived from medical schools in which apprenticeship was used to educate students. The learners would follow the doctors to patient wards and learn from seeing them execute their duties. Similarly, educators took to sharing their own experiences in rounds, and from which they would share and earn new ideas from fellow educators. It is the application of these new experiences which led to the realization that rounds were effective means of improving educational issues, or better still, solving problems related to the same. In a nutshell, Lyons sought to extend the knowledge regarding the power of reflection beyond professions such as medicine and law, and introduce it to the general teaching or learning. Apart from the history of rounds, the author brings out the application of reflection as applies across all professions as a means of bettering them.
This source highlights the actual steps which an instructor (teacher) can apply in providing effective education. It provides three main applicable strategies and these are setting and communicating the goals of learning, analyzing students’ progress, and finally enjoying the success. It defines the issue of setting and communicating the goals of learning as the first step which has to be implemented. These steps are applicable both within and beyond the classroom for the establishment of effective learning. The author states that setting goals can be used to track