High-Quality Teaching Requires Collaboration: How Partnerships Can Create a True Continuum of Professional Learning for Educators
administration/supervision, high-quality teaching, partnerships, professional development, professional development schools, teacher education/certification, teacher preparation
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Producing high-quality teachers should be a shared goal and a shared endeavor -between those who prepare teachers in universities and those who support teachers’ learning in schools. Yet, teacher education has been portrayed more as a dichotomy than a continuum of lifelong learning, beginning with the preservice teacher and continuing throughout an inservice teacher's career. When schools and universities work together, especially in professional development school -contexts, this goal can be actualized.
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The Educational Forum, v. 79, issue 1, p. 53-67
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Burns, Rebecca W.; Yendol-Hoppey, Diane; and Jacobs, Jennifer, "High-Quality Teaching Requires Collaboration: How Partnerships Can Create a True Continuum of Professional Learning for Educators" (2015). Educational and Psychological Studies Faculty Publications. 140.