||Advances in teaching and teacher education, 2542-9574 ; volume 4
Advances in teaching and teacher education ; v. 4. ^A1406287
||Introduction: Making the case for the study of the "messy realities" in the preparation of teachers / Mikkaka Overstreet and Lori Norton-Meier -- From professional development schools to P-20 clinical teacher preparation partnerships : contemporary shifts in addressing the complex lives of students and educators in diverse settings / Ann Larson and Amy Lingo -- Mentoring and third space in the academy : the complexities of community engaged scholarship in clinical partnerships / Lori Norton-Meier -- Navigating synergic boundaries : a collaboration between an urban elementary school and a school-based mathematics methods course / Lateefah Id-Deen, Gabrielle Read-Jasnoff, Shannon Putman and Tim Foster -- Bridging the theme : relationships matter / Mikkaka Overstreet and Lori Norton-Meier -- Ball pythons, bartering and building community / Mikkaka Overstreet -- Bridging the theme : stories matter / Mikkaka Overstreet and Lori Norton-Meier -- From saviors to safety nets : how a unique semester helped pre-service teachers think more deeply about their field placements and coursework / Tammi R. Davis -- Bridging the theme : identity matters / Mikkaka Overstreet and Lori Norton-Meier -- Approaching educational equity with white pre-service teachers through an intersectional understanding of self / Bianca Nightengale-Lee -- Bridging the theme : reflective action matters / Mikkaka Overstreet and Lori Norton-Meier -- Positioning students as writers : a discourse analysis in teacher education / Emily Zuccaro -- Bridging the theme : inquiry matters / Mikkaka Overstreet and Lori Norton-Meier -- Perspectives from a first-year teacher / Anetria Swanson -- Bridging the theme : argument matters / Mikkaka Overstreet and Lori Norton-Meier -- Conclusion: Lessons learned from research and practice on the path to "ideological becoming" / Lori Norton-Meier and Mikkaka Overstreet.
||"In Clinical Partnerships in Urban Elementary School Settings, early career scholars describe their work in a clinical partnership model in one large urban district partnering with teachers, children, families, and administrators making a commitment to not only educate children but also the development of elementary teachers. Topics include community-university relationships, deconstructing privilege and oppression, responsive collaboration, professional identity, and the ways teacher candidates position young children. The chapter authors are early career scholars who have participated in "community-engaged scholarship" at a Research-Extensive institution of higher education. They seek to illuminate the importance of this scholarship in order to grow the academic repertoires of emerging scholars in their ideologically becoming as well as connect and elevate the ways in which community engagement is valued and disseminated in publishing. Readers of this text will: (1) read stories of teacher educators working through the "messy reality" of engaging in clinical teaching work; (2) gain insight to the complexity of the relationships with community, university, and schools and the individuals who seek to establish and/or nurture equitable learning environments for students; and (3) understand the power of qualitative research as a tool for telling stories about this messy work as well as discuss the necessity in valuing such efforts among higher education"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographic references.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Clinical partnerships in urban elementary school settings Leiden ; Boston : Brill Sense,  9789004424784|