Unpublished Paper - Public
This paper reports research on the development of ongoing partnerships in relationship to the Adaptive Cycles of Teaching. Sustained, reciprocal partnerships with K-8 schools are a vital component of the National College of Education (NCE). For the Adaptive Cycles of Teachings, it is particularly important to supporting our teacher candidates through learning the core practices. ACT model offers a mechanism for initiating, deepening, and extending partnerships. The focus on a core set of high leverage practices allows us to support both teacher candidate learning and improve student learning progressions in partner school classrooms. Building partnerships with public schools is key to providing quality field experiences for our teacher candidates, and offers valuable opportunities for creating symbiotic relationships between the college and its public school partners. The research shares the data from seven potential partner schools and the future of partnership at National Louis University.
Freedman, Ruth and O'Connor, Debbie, "Building Partnerships and the Adaptive Cycles of Teaching Curriculum" (2017). NCE Research Residencies. 9.