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Everyone Teaches and Everyone Learns

The Professional Development School Way
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ISBN-13:
9781610489072
Veröffentl:
2013
Seiten:
190
Autor:
Lourdes Z. Mitchel
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This book is designed to offer practical applications on how partners can work together to implement the mission and goals of the PDS by providing ways that PDS partners can engage in a much deeper and more profound experience that results in a synergistic relationship. Joint involvement in application of practice takes each partner to a level far greater than traditional teacher education and professional development practices while creating a cooperative community of practice centered on teacher and student learning.





The literature on preparing and sustaining quality teachers has suggested that to be successful, teacher preparation and development require a mutual collaboration and a synergy of effort among partners, most typically a school district and a university teacher preparation program. One response has been to draw universities and school districts together in true partnership through Professional Development Schools ( PDSs). Together, the partners are responsible for creating environments in schools and in university classrooms that can transform into clinical sites dedicated to best practices and professional growth for all.




This book is designed to offer practical applications on how partners can work together to implement the mission and goals of the PDS by providing ways that PDS partners can engage in a much deeper and more profound experience that results in a synergistic relationship. Joint involvement in application of practice takes each partner to a level far greater than traditional teacher education and professional development practices while creating a cooperative community of practice centered on teacher and student learning.


PART I – COMING TOGETHER


Chapter 1Prologue: Accountability in the Classroom


Chapter 2Creating Partnerships


Protocol #1: Getting Started—Governance and Leadership


Protocol #2: Memorandum of Understanding


Protocol #3: Creating a Purpose, Vision, and Mission


Protocol #4: Formal and Informal Roles and Responsibilities


Protocol #5: Developing a Trusting Relationship


Protocol #6: Discovering Benefits


PART II – WORKING TOGETHER


Chapter 3Teaching for AllProtocol #7: Dialogue as a Process: Portrait of a Teacher


Protocol #8: Visioning the PDSProtocol #9: Open Space—Is Teaching a Moral Activity?


Protocol #10: Think Tanks


Protocol #11: Self-Study


Protocol #12: Celebration of Teaching and Learning


Chapter 4Building Capacity


Protocol #13: Communities of Practice


Chapter 5Creating Structures


Protocol #14: Apprenticeship Phase 1Protocol #15: Learning Together—Teacher Candidates and Their Mentors


Protocol #16: Aligning Clinical Experience and Coursework


Protocol #17: Mentor Orientation and Selection Process


Protocol #18: Teacher Candidate Selection and Orientation


Chapter 6Clinical Practices


Protocol #19: Reflective Sessions for Mentors and Teacher Candidates


Protocol #20: Reflective Sessions


Protocol #21: Journal Writing


Protocol #22: Co-Planning and Co-TeachingProtocol #23: On-Site Methods Courses—Teachers


and Teacher Candidates Learning Together


Protocol #24: The Teaching Clinic


Protocol #25: Creating a Culturally Responsive Teaching Unit


Protocol #26: Authors’ Institute: Improving Writing Instruction


Through Teachers’ Writing


PART III – STAYING TOGETHER


Chapter 7Sustainability


Protocol #27: Questions and Answers (Q&A)


Protocol #28: Revisiting the Mission and Goals


Protocol #29: Participation in Governance as Decision Makers


Protocol #30: Creating Expert Demonstration Schools


Protocol #31: Action Plans Evolve From Inquiry


Protocol #32: Action Research Through Course Redesign


Protocol #33: Monthly Governance Meetings as Work Sessions


Chapter 8Creating a Culture of Inquiry


Chapter 9Outcomes


References


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