Linda and I have a great department chair here at the American Embassy School. His name is Zach Al Moreno and he is from Seattle. Zach has been doing TPRS for about five years and he rocks the CI house. Anyone teaching using TPRS with Linda Li around is going to rock the house, right?
I have always said that the best way to learn TPRS is via osmosis. That is a big reason why we have master teachers like Sabrina teaching classes before the actual conferences each summer. They teach the language to teachers of the language who want to improve their strength in the language, but also they model the method!
Osmosis really is the best. What is best for our students in learning is best for us in learning how to do it. When you can get a lot of modeling and also a lot of coaching after you see the modeling, that is best, far better than thinking and talking about the method.