University Partnerships for Pre-service and Teacher Development Vol: 10

Barbara Cozza
St. John’s University, USA

Patrick Blessinger
International HETL Association and St. John’s University, USA


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787142657
Published:
09 Jun 2017
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
296 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning

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This volume examines the diverse ways in which universities and colleges around the world are partnering and collaborating with other institutions to fulfill their missions and visions. University partnerships not only include collaborations between universities but also include university-school (basic education) collaborative partnerships to improve local school systems. The increasing pressures to remove access and participation barriers, and to mitigate practices that restrict the free flow of education across borders, have created a growing global space for educational services of all types. As a result, traditional institutional boundaries have expanded to better respond to the increasing pressures placed on them by the growing demand for higher education services. This edited volume will specifically explore university partnerships for preservice and teacher development.
PART I: CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES NOVEL APPROACHES IN UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS: AN INTRODUCTION TO UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS FOR PRE-SERVICE AND TEACHER DEVELOPMENT - Barbara Cozza and Patrick Blessinger A SCOTTISH CONSORTIUM OF HIGHER AND FURTHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS: DEVELOPING COLLABORATION THROUGH CRITICAL INCIDENTS - Aileen Ackland, Gary Roberts, Ann Swinney, and David Wallace PART II: SUCCESSFUL PRACTICES STUDENTS HELPING STUDENTS: AN ELL PARENT TUTORING PROGRAM PARTNERSHIP - Hope J. Hartman THE ROLE OF THE UNIVERSITY IN SUPPORTING TEACHERS IN GENERAL EDUCATION TO DEVELOP LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS RELATED TO WORKING LIFE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Lenita Hietanen and Essi Kesälahti MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL COLLABORATIVE INITIATIVES BETWEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS AND A UNIVERSITY TEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAM - Joyce R. Jeewek AN ANALYSIS OF A BRAZILIAN UNIVERSITY-SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM FOR TEACHER EDUCATION - Ana Lúcia Manrique and Douglas da Silva Tinti DEVELOPING LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS TO ENHANCE THE STUDENT LEARNING EXPERIENCE THROUGH UNIVERSITY-COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENTS - Timothy R. N. Murphy, Jon E. C. Tan, Esther Luna, Pilar Folgueiras Bertomeu, Andrew Furco, Colin L. Harrison, Peter Laurence, Doug Martin, and Gary Walker BREAKING THE APPRENTICESHIP OF OBSERVATION THROUGH COLLABORATION: A SCHOOL UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP IN TEACHER EDUCATION FOR HIGH NEEDS SCHOOLS - Karin Oerlemans THE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER AS A COLLABORATIVE APPRENTICESHIP - Nicholas J. Shudak and Robin M. Wiebers THE CHALLENGE OF SCHOOL-LED TEACHER EDUCATION FOR THOSE WORKING WITHIN TRADITIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS: A CASE OF ROMAN RIDING - d’Reen Struthers DIFFERENT DRUMBEATS: A UNIVERSITY-MUSEUM-SCHOOL COLLABORATION TO INFORM HISTORY/SOCIAL STUDIES LEARNING THROUGH INTEGRATION OF VISUAL EVIDENCE - Linda S. Watts CREATING NEW PATHWAYS FOR PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN UNIVERSITIES AND COMMUNITIES - Colleen M. Wilson, Donald H. Horner, Jr., Tammy Ryan, Rachel Green, and Adele Hanlon THE ROLE OF TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS OK MODES MODEL IN FACILITATING SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - Jaleh Hassaskhah GUATEMALA AND UNITED STATES PARTNERSHIP RENEWS TEACHING AND LEARNING - Tammy Ryan, Barbara Laster, and Jeanne Cobb EDUCATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS IN DEVELOPING PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY - David C. Young and Andrew Foran

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