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I really liked the mention of the "I do," "we do," "you do" arrangement. In medicine, we often say "watch one," "do one," "teach one" in order to really learn what you are doing. Sometimes we do not realize the gaps in our knowledge or the gaps in our plan until we are actually teaching.  I also agree that teaching something, or finding new ways to explain a concept, is when we often gain the deepest understanding of material.

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