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Kennedy, Christopher – School-University Partnerships, 2020
As part of clinical models of teacher preparation, PDS models provide extra adults who are invested in education in the classroom environment. Administrators and school leaders sometimes look for innovative ways to use teacher candidates to provide additional intervention to support students who need extra help. This article analyzes one such PDS…
Descriptors: Professional Development Schools, Partnerships in Education, College School Cooperation, Teacher Education Programs
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Rutten, Logan; Badiali, Bernard – School-University Partnerships, 2020
Initiating motivations to teach are the reasons people choose to become teachers. This study characterized the initiating motivations espoused by a cohort of teacher candidates in a professional development school. The data source consisted of essays in which the teacher candidates explained their reasons for becoming teachers. The analytic method…
Descriptors: Career Choice, Teaching (Occupation), Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education
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Daoud, Nisreen; Parker, Audra; Leggett, Alicia Bruyning – School-University Partnerships, 2020
Current shifts to resituate teacher preparation with clinical practice at its core have led to renewed interest in Professional Development Schools (PDSs). As more school-university partnerships strengthen their shared commitment to clinical teacher preparation, school and university-based teacher educators must be prepared to serve in these…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Teacher Educators, Professional Development Schools, Beginning Teachers
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Hill, Tiffany; Lickteig, Amanda; Schwerdtfeger, Sara – School-University Partnerships, 2020
Launched in 1993, The Teachers College at Emporia State University began its first Professional Development School (PDS) partnership and, since then, The Teachers College has continued to provide high-impact learning opportunities for teacher candidates--including several unique four-week student teaching placements described in this article.…
Descriptors: Student Teaching, Foreign Countries, Preservice Teacher Education, Internship Programs
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Sarnoff, Kia; Ellerbrock, Cheryl R. – School-University Partnerships, 2020
In this conceptual piece, we offer a new definition of triad in the context of clinical experiences and describe the collaborative triad model developed for a middle school STEM teacher preparation program. We propose our model as a more viable option than traditional student-teaching triads to support the formation and sustainability of…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Middle School Teachers, Preservice Teachers, Models
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Gilbert, Andrew; Hobbs, Linda; Kenny, John; Jones, Mellita; Campbell, Coral; Chittleborough, Gail; Herbert, Sandra; Redman, Christine – School-University Partnerships, 2020
In primary science education, we face an ongoing concern of helping classroom teachers overcome negative associations with science content, teaching and learning. These associations can often impact how they view the value of science in their classroom teaching and impede the development of innovative teaching practice. This research effort…
Descriptors: Elementary School Science, Elementary School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Scientific Attitudes
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Elder, Brent C. – School-University Partnerships, 2020
This article shows how one school in the Northeastern United States used professional development school-university relationships to create inclusive education practices to better support students with disability labels transitioning out of self-contained classrooms and into inclusive classrooms. Through this article, I address a dearth of PDS…
Descriptors: Professional Development Schools, Students with Disabilities, Inclusion, Elementary Schools
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Lowery, Charles L.; Hartman, Cindy; Elasky, Bill; Cell, Ann; Hawk, Robin; Elmore-Clark, Kizzi; Kennedy, Marcy Keifer; Kroeger, Grace – School-University Partnerships, 2019
Creating Active and Reflective Educators (CARE) is a Professional Development School (PDS) partnership between The Patton College of Education at Ohio University and Federal Hocking Local Schools (FHLS) in rural Southeastern Ohio. This partnership, which won the 2018 NAPDS Award for Exemplary Professional Development School Achievement, is one of…
Descriptors: College School Cooperation, Partnerships in Education, Professional Development Schools, Rural Schools
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Catelli, Linda A.; Rutter, Alison L.; Tunks, Jeanne; Neapolitan, Jane; Yendol-Hoppey, Diane – School-University Partnerships, 2019
Recently, NAPDS and the PDS Research Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association formed a collaborative to create a new position titled Research Relations Liaison. The new collaboration and position is a vehicle for strengthening the connection between the two entities, advancing PDS Research and elevating it to a…
Descriptors: Professional Development Schools, Educational Research, Research Needs, Futures (of Society)
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Klein, Daniel; Weber, Sherri; Smith, Coralee – School-University Partnerships, 2019
Teacher candidates benefit from PDS through clinically rich practices embedded in education courses. Each year, the PDS Consortium of a college in western New York invites undergraduate students to become PDS representatives. These representatives attend meetings and assist with professional development opportunities. They serve while learning…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Undergraduate Students, College School Cooperation, Partnerships in Education
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Hooks, Sara D.; Cruzado-Guerrero, Judith; Christenson, Lea Ann – School-University Partnerships, 2019
As classrooms become increasingly more diverse in terms of culture, linguistics, and student need, teacher education programs must evolve to develop teachers who are not only specialized in their field or content, but who are effective collaborators with colleagues and families. However, it is not enough for teacher candidates to have knowledge of…
Descriptors: Clinical Experience, Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Educators
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Gallagher, Melissa A.; King, Lesley A.; Suh, Jennifer M.; Hargrove, Dori L. – School-University Partnerships, 2019
This study examined how 16 female teacher candidates in two sections of a math methods course, which implemented high leverage professional development school practices, described the aspects of richness of mathematics (i.e., linking between representations, explanations, mathematical sense-making, multiple procedures or solution methods, patterns…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Mathematics Instruction, Pedagogical Content Knowledge
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Elder, Brent C. – School-University Partnerships, 2019
The purpose of this paper is to provide a roadmap of one way to use professional development school (PDS)-university relationships to create the foundations of sustainable inclusive education practices. This paper outlines PDS practices enacted the first year of a project that took place at a public elementary school that serves students in grades…
Descriptors: Professional Development Schools, College School Cooperation, Sustainability, Inclusion
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Richardson, Kerri; Miller, Samuel D.; Reinhardt, Jill – School-University Partnerships, 2019
This study evaluated a multi-year collaborative project between elementary public schools in one district and university researchers. While the district wanted to improve elementary grades students' achievement in mathematics, they did not want teachers to adopt an instructional approach where they focused primarily on test-defined content. Using…
Descriptors: Elementary Schools, Public Schools, Partnerships in Education, College School Cooperation
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Goree, Krystal; Williams, Yolanda; Hamilton, Suzanne; Mathews-Perez, Amy; Talbert, Sandra; Strot, Rick; Barrett, Sara; Bolfing, Darlene; Miller, Sue; Almaguer, Dora; Gilbreath, David; Martinez, Donna; Rubio, Belinda; Ward, Victoria; Edison, Ricky; Henry, Marsha; Mechell, Rebecca; Pritchard, Melissa; Welsh, Kaitlin – School-University Partnerships, 2019
The PDS partnership between Baylor University and Waco Independent School District commenced in 1993 in the context of a national conversation about innovations for improving teacher preparation and practice. During its 25-year history, the partnership has garnered national recognition, with Hillcrest PDS serving as one of 18 representative PDS…
Descriptors: Partnerships in Education, College School Cooperation, Universities, School Districts
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