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Community, Collaboration, and Clinical Experience
Unformatted Document Text:  Holistic Child program focuses on the goal of educating all children. Through collaborative partnerships with the broader community, this program, through embracing the university’s mission for engagement, provides candidates and faculty experiences within the culture of diverse school and community settings. One of the foundational goals of The Holistic Child program is that candidates ‘recognize the participatory and advocacy role of an educator of young children.’ During the brief three-year existence of this program, efforts to engage candidates and faculty with the community have been central to the program’s success. Successful Exemplary Practices: This presentation will chronicle the development of the program and the diverse opportunities for advocacy of young children as well as appreciation of the importance of community engagement toward the education of all children. Reciprocal relationships with principals, classroom teachers, and teacher candidates are central to the idea of collaboration. Faculty exchanges, rotating field experiences, and team planning sessions with school partners and university faculty have become a crucial part of the implementation process.E. Implication for Action: Students in The Holistic Child program will: • Understand the young child from a holistic perspective with an emphasis upon the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains • Recognize the participatory and advocacy role of an educator of young children • Understand the collaborative relationship that is necessary with other professionals and parents in planning and implementing instructional programs. • Appreciate the importance of community in working with all children and diversity, including ethnic, language, cultural, socio-economic, disabilities, and gender • Integrate technological advances as a routine part of the curriculum • Know self as an individual and recognize one’s point of growth along the continuum of teaching as an emerging, developing, and transforming practitioner Outcomes and Methods:A. Learner/Participant OutcomesAt the conclusion of the session, participants will have identified engagement practices and collaborative efforts that have evolved through the development of an innovative teacher education program.B. The presentation will be displayed in the poster session. Presenters will discuss with conference partipants.

Authors: Morris, Margaret. and Garvin, Carolyn.
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Holistic Child program focuses on the goal of educating all children. Through
collaborative partnerships with the broader community, this program, through embracing
the university’s mission for engagement, provides candidates and faculty
experiences within the culture of diverse school and community settings.
One of the foundational goals of The Holistic Child program is that candidates
‘recognize the participatory and advocacy role of an educator of young children.’ During
the brief three-year existence of this program, efforts to engage candidates and faculty
with the community have been central to the program’s success.
Successful Exemplary Practices:
This presentation will chronicle the development of the program and the diverse
opportunities for advocacy of young children as well as appreciation of the importance of
community engagement toward the education of all children. Reciprocal relationships
with principals, classroom teachers, and teacher candidates are central to the idea of
collaboration. Faculty exchanges, rotating field experiences, and team planning
sessions with school partners and university faculty have become a crucial part of
the implementation process.
E. Implication for Action:
Students in The Holistic Child program will:
Understand the young child from a holistic perspective with an emphasis upon the
cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains
Recognize the participatory and advocacy role of an educator of young children
Understand the collaborative relationship that is necessary with other
professionals and parents in planning and implementing instructional programs.
Appreciate the importance of community in working with all children and
diversity, including ethnic, language, cultural, socio-economic, disabilities, and
gender
Integrate technological advances as a routine part of the curriculum
Know self as an individual and recognize one’s point of growth along the
continuum of teaching as an emerging, developing, and transforming practitioner
Outcomes and Methods:
A. Learner/Participant Outcomes
At the conclusion of the session, participants will have identified engagement practices
and collaborative efforts that have evolved through the development of an innovative
teacher education program.
B. The presentation will be displayed in the poster session. Presenters will discuss with
conference partipants.


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