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I Survived My First Rotation

My first clinical rotation was challenging, to say the least. One student dropped out at week four, and another just couldn’t get it together on a behavioral level. She didn’t make it either.

I’ve learned some valuable lessons from my first swim in the waters of teaching. First: I have to get a handle on inappropriate behavior(s) right at the beginning, because once that monster gets away from me it takes on a life of its own. Second: I should always praise in public and criticize in private.

Last but certainly not least, I am proud of what I do.

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