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by Renee W. Campoy
Author: Renee W. Campoy
Publisher: Praeger; Annotated edition edition (May 30, 2000)
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The professional development school (PDS) is one of the most important teacher education reform initiatives of recent years. Campoy describes the effects of a particular PDS partnership on the school and university programs with which there was an affiliation.
The professional development school (PDS) is one of the most important teacher education reform initiatives of recent years. The first three chapters of this book present several layers of contextual information pertinent to understanding the nature of the Professional Development School (PDS) phenomenon
The professional development school (PDS) is one of the most important teacher education reform initiatives of recent years. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.
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Campoy, Renee W. Format . Professional Development Schools and Social Justice : Schools and Universities Partnering to Make a Difference. by: Zenkov, Kristien, P. Format: eBook. Collaborative Reform and Other Improbable Dreams : The Challenges of Professional Development Schools. by: Johnston, Marilyn. Exam Schools : Inside America's Most Selective Public High Schools. by: Finn, Chester . Jr. Published: (2012).
Renee W. Campoy, E. A case study of a professional development school: Conflict and collaboration. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Campoy, . Paradoxes of professional development schools. In S. Mitchell (E., Effective Educational Partnerships (5-22). Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing. Journal Articles Campoy, .
that the development of such concerted action can result to optimize collaboration between school and family (and. in general plan, with the entire community) which will have beneficial effects on overall development of the whole.
The essence of collaborative partnership is for all parties to mutually benefit from working together.
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has an educational background as an elementary teacher and now as a university professor. Her book, A Case Study of a Professional Development School (Greenwood) was published in 2000 and she also has a chapter in Effective Educational Partnerships (Greenwood), which published in 2002.
The professional development school (PDS) is a unique educational reform initiative that attempts the simultaneous reform of education at the school and the university. By conducting reform at both levels of education, the PDS is a solution to the piecemeal reforms of the past, from Dewey's Progressivism to the Sputnik reforms to New Math to Whole Language, which have targeted educational change in the public schools but most have overlooked the preparation of new teachers.
The PDS addresses the professional development of experienced teachers in the field, the preparation of new teachers, and improvement of the programs of K-12 schools at the same time and at the same place―the school site. In this way, reform goals are agreed upon and implemented by both new and experienced teachers so that reform efforts are seamlessly supported by all parties involved. Nevertheless, most educators engaged in PDS reform agree that PDSs are a high stakes reform effort and are fraught with difficulties. This case study provides an annotated road map of one PDS partnership so that others interested in partnership work are provided general principles to guide their work.