Negotiating Complex Relationships in School-University Partnerships: Befuddled, Bewildered, and Even Bemused
In this chapter, findings from a collaborative self-study of teacher educators working within professional development school (PSD) or professional partnership site contexts are explored. The complexities and tensions involved in building and strengthening school-university partnerships and the navigation and emphasis on relationship building are described. The role of liaisons and partnership building are considered as pivotal factors of inputs with a view toward cultivating high quality teachers.
Cheryl A. Franklin Torrez, Jennifer L. Snow, and Susan Martin. "Negotiating Complex Relationships in School-University Partnerships: Befuddled, Bewildered, and Even Bemused" Investigating University-School Partnerships: A Volume in Professional Development School Research. Ed. Janice L Nath, Irma N Guadarrama, and John Ramsy. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Pub., 2011.
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