Most leadership educators describe themselves as facilitators of learning as opposed to teachers or instructors, but this rarely happens in reality. Bright, Turesky, Putzel, and Stang describe a case where the instructors allowed the classroom culture to emerge, allowing the students to practice leadership in developing the classroom structure and culture.

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