Schools are places where culture is transmitted to the new generation. Culture is produced, reproduced and transformed in the process. Therefore, societies pay close attention to schooling experiences of their future generations. In Pakistani schools teaching and learning processes have long been criticized for their poor quality. This book presents research based evidence of 'good practice' in teaching and teacher education which on the one hand challenges the state of despair by offering a ray of hope in improving the quality of school education in Pakistan. On the other hand, these critical accounts of innovative practices, grounded in the reality of schools and classrooms in varied contexts, invite the readers to think about contexts and conditions that may need to be established for scaling up these and similar kind of reform efforts for improving teaching and teacher education practices for school improvement in Pakistan and similar settings elsewhere.