Learn about what your cooperating teacher or student teacher is really thinking - no mind reading necessary! This concise book is written for both teacher interns and mentor teachers, and addresses relationship problems in real world language that interns and mentors may encounter as they begin their placement together. Each chapter of Learn to Teach: Responsibilities of Student Teachers and Cooperating Teachers outlines a new topic pertinent to a cooperating teacher and student teacher pair. Each section is broken into the two perspectives - the student teacher and the mentor teacher. Working relationships between teacher interns and mentor teachers do not need to feel stiff and obligatory! The sections within this book are brief, easy to read, and will lead to meaningful discussion that will create connections between an educator-student educator pair. When student teachers and cooperating teachers begin their professional relationship out on the right foot students, parents, administrators, university professors, teachers, and teachers-to-be win!