Teaching for the future professional partnership: building expertise and innovative practice: A strengths-based embedded case study

Angela Fenton, Alexander Papasavvas, Paul Grover, David Smith

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Abstract

The project presents the opportunity to collaboratively research a new model of professional experience practice with school staff, pre-service teachers and teacher educators using a regional secondary school context.Research Questions explored were:
. What are the understandings gained for multiple stakeholders from the implementation and evaluation of the JFHS PEX professional partnership project?
• How has the professional partnership been actualised in this project?
• Is innovative practice evidenced through the project’s implementation?
• Is there evidence of the development of expertise for stakeholders?

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 05 Apr 2019
EventPlanning for Effective Hub Partnerships
: PEX Hub Forum
- Quality Hotel Powerhouse, Tamworth, Australia
Duration: 04 Apr 201905 Apr 2019
https://www.regodirect.com.au/professionalexperiencehubschoolconference/home/

Other

OtherPlanning for Effective Hub Partnerships
CountryAustralia
CityTamworth
Period04/04/1905/04/19
OtherAbout the conference
The conference is an opportunity to explore innovative ideas, approaches, developments, and research projects in the area of professional experience for teacher education students. The department’s professional experience hub schools and their university partners will work together to share, learn and network.

The conference will:

Provide an opportunity for schools and universities to align new strategies and existing practice against key outcomes
Provide updates initial teacher education – what are the universities excited about? What is the Teaching Performance Assessment? What about research?
Build stronger partnerships that deliver better quality professional experience across networks of schools
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