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Professionalization, Partnership, and Power
Building Professional Development Schools
Professionalization, Partnership, and Power
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Hugh G. Petrie - Editor
SUNY series, Frontiers in Education
Price: $55.50 
Hardcover - 310 pages
Release Date: August 1995
ISBN10: 0-7914-2605-X
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-2605-0

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Paperback - 310 pages
Release Date: August 1995
ISBN10: 0-7914-2606-8
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-2606-7

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Provides insights into and results of a wide variety of experiments with professional development schools in the field of education.

"This book considers the possibilities of collaborative relationships between colleges and universities and public schools, particularly urban schools, through professional development schools. Starting with the impetus of the Holmes group, the book places the onus for reform of teacher education at the doors of higher education, and provides a thoughtful critique of the different cultures of these two institutions--higher education and public education." -- Celeste Brody, Lewis & Clark College

The concept of professional development schools (PDS) has recently emerged as one of the most exciting possibilities for systematic educational reform. These "teaching hospitals" of the education profession typically are real schools in a district that take on, with a cooperating institution of higher education, special responsibilities for inquiry and professional preparation. Although still in their infancy, PDSs as places for professional preparation and of inquiry into teaching learning and teacher education have major policy potential.

"The topic of the PDS is central to the viability of teacher preparation--to notions of teaching and learning for the twenty-first century. The book, in fact, approaches the PDS as a field of study, giving it the analysis and attention it needs and deserves." -- Vivian Fueyo, Florida State University

Hugh G. Petrie is Professor and Dean of the Graduate School of Education at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He is a founding member of the Holmes Group of research universities dedicated to the reform of teaching and teacher education.


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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Introduction
Hugh G. Petrie

Part I. Perspectives on Professional Development Schools

1. School-University Partnerships and Partner Schools
John I. Goodlad

2. Design Principles and Criteria for Professional Development Schools
Frank B. Murray

Part II. Culture Clashes

Interlude
Hugh G. Petrie

3. The Professional Development School: Building Bridges Between Cultures
Trish Stoddart

4. The Dialectics of Creating Professional Development Schools: Reflections on Work in Progress
James G. Henderson and Richard D. Hawthorne

5. Listening But Not Hearing: Patterns of Communication in an Urban School-University Partnership
James L. Collins

6. Why Do Schools Cooperate with University-Based Reforms? The Case of Professional Development Schools
David F. Labaree

Part III. Culture Changes

Interlude
Hugh G. Petrie

7. Cultural Transformation in an Urban Professional Development Center: Policy Implications for School-University Collaboration
Charles W. Case, Kay A. Norlander, and Timothy G. Reagan

8. Professional Development Schools: A New Generation of School-University Partnerships
Jane A. Stallings, Donna L. Wiseman, and Stephanie L. Knight

9. Creating a Common Ground: The Facilitator's Role in Initiating School-University Partnerships
Michelle Collay

10. Tradition and Authority in Teacher Education Reform
Jeanne Ellsworth and Cheryl M. Albers

Part IV. Extending the Professional Development School

Interlude
Hugh G. Petrie

11. Professional Development Schools in the Inner City: Policy Implications for School-University Collaboration
Trevor E. Sewell, Joan P. Shapiro, Joseph P. Ducette, and Jayminn S. Sanford

12. Critically Reflective Inquiry and Administrator Preparation: Problems and Possibilities
Robert B. Stevenson

13. The State Role in Jump-Starting School-University Collaboration: A Case Study
Lee Teitel

Part V. Critique

Interlude
Hugh G. Petrie

14. The Professional Development School: Tomorrow's School or Today's Fantasy
Roy J. Creek

15. Professional Development Schools: Restructuring Teacher Education Programs and Hierarchies
Margaret A. Wilder

16. Transforming the Discourse: Gender Equity and Professional Development Schools
Joan N. Burstyn

Part VI. A New Paradigm for Practical Research

Interlude
Hugh G. Petrie

17. A New Paradigm for Practical Research
Hugh G. Petrie

Contributors

Index



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