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Research, Reflections and Rewards of a Collaborative Alliance
Unformatted Document Text:  Research, Reflections, and Rewards of a Collaborative Alliance D. Relevance: Qualitative and quantitative data related to the development of the PK-16 council, the professional development activities and results of state tests in the partner schools will be shared. This data reflects the growth of both students and teachers in the schools and the relationship building that continues to develop. In addition to this data action research completed by student teachers/cooperating teachers and university teachers will be shared. E. Implication for Action: Participants in the PK-16 alliance develop more professional perceptions of “town-gown” relationships and a better understanding of the nuances of politics in an urban setting. Positive perceptions regarding possible employment in urban areas occur so more pre-service teachers apply to teach in urban settings. Section II: Outcomes and Methods A. Learner/participant outcomes: Participants will learn about the “lessons learned” while developing the PK-16 council and the challenges of forming broad alliances. Through the broader alliances, more depth in the preparation of teachers to work in these alliances will be shared. More specifically, participants will learn about applications of action research and Professional Development Programming as a Collaborative. Participants will also learn how collaborative ventures within the university, especially across disciplines in the arts and science content areas, strengthened teacher preparation. Outcomes Based assessments both from district and pre-service teachers will be shared. B. Methods: Following a brief overview of the PK-16 council project and activities, participants will interact with the discussants in a “think-pair-share” format. Participants will be given opportunities to ask questions and to share information regarding developing broad alliances with others in the session. A handout will be provided. In addition, copies of an action research journal will be given to participants. Selected References 2

Authors: Hockersmith, Peggy. and Bartos, Robert.
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Research, Reflections, and Rewards of a Collaborative Alliance
D. Relevance: Qualitative and quantitative data related to the development of the
PK-16 council, the professional development activities and results of state tests in
the partner schools will be shared. This data reflects the growth of both students
and teachers in the schools and the relationship building that continues to develop.
In addition to this data action research completed by student teachers/cooperating
teachers and university teachers will be shared.
E. Implication for Action: Participants in the PK-16 alliance develop more
professional perceptions of “town-gown” relationships and a better understanding
of the nuances of politics in an urban setting. Positive perceptions regarding
possible employment in urban areas occur so more pre-service teachers apply to
teach in urban settings.
Section II: Outcomes and Methods
A. Learner/participant outcomes: Participants will learn about the “lessons learned”
while developing the PK-16 council and the challenges of forming broad alliances.
Through the broader alliances, more depth in the preparation of teachers to work
in these alliances will be shared. More specifically, participants will learn about
applications of action research and Professional Development Programming as a
Collaborative. Participants will also learn how collaborative ventures within the
university, especially across disciplines in the arts and science content areas,
strengthened teacher preparation. Outcomes Based assessments both from district
and pre-service teachers will be shared.
B. Methods: Following a brief overview of the PK-16 council project and activities,
participants will interact with the discussants in a “think-pair-share” format.
Participants will be given opportunities to ask questions and to share information
regarding developing broad alliances with others in the session. A handout will be
provided. In addition, copies of an action research journal will be given to
participants.
Selected References
2


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