Proposal Title

The 4 R's of Professional Development School Partnerships

Proposal Track

Practice Report

Session Format

Symposium

Abstract

The 4 R’s of Professional Development School Partnerships

University faculty and public school administrators describe the strengths and opportunities that exist in Professional Development School partnerships. In area middle and elementary schools, university faculty and students are collaborating with teachers, students, and administrators to better prepare teacher candidates to succeed early in their teaching careers. This presentation will enumerate the lessons learned in planning and implementing these partnerships, multiple ways learning is impacted, and the ways all partners are working to ensure the potential of these relationships is met. The 4 R’s of Professional Development School Partnerships are the Roles and Responsibilities of faculty, students, clinical teachers, preservice teachers, and administrators, the Reality of best intentions in action, and Research possibilities that are emerging as a result of the partnerships.

Keywords

professional development schools, collaboration, university/K-12 partnerships

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The 4 R's of Professional Development School Partnerships

The 4 R’s of Professional Development School Partnerships

University faculty and public school administrators describe the strengths and opportunities that exist in Professional Development School partnerships. In area middle and elementary schools, university faculty and students are collaborating with teachers, students, and administrators to better prepare teacher candidates to succeed early in their teaching careers. This presentation will enumerate the lessons learned in planning and implementing these partnerships, multiple ways learning is impacted, and the ways all partners are working to ensure the potential of these relationships is met. The 4 R’s of Professional Development School Partnerships are the Roles and Responsibilities of faculty, students, clinical teachers, preservice teachers, and administrators, the Reality of best intentions in action, and Research possibilities that are emerging as a result of the partnerships.