Meeting at the hyphen: schools-universities-communities-professions in collaboration for student achievement and well being

Mary M Brabeck (Editor), (Mary Elizabeth) Walsh (Editor), Rachel E Latta (Editor), National Society for the Study of Education

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Abstract

"As professionals learn to work together to meet the needs of children and youth, they are drawn into partnership with schools and communities. While communities and their institutions have the potential to add human and material resources to the mix, these partnerships have borders that are not easy to cross. Negotiating the barriers of trust, problem definition, and identified goals are only a few of the challenges inherent in this work. Despite this, complex interprofessional and cross-disciplinary partnerships can result in multidimensional, practice-oriented scholarship and professional preparation and practice. This potential is enhanced by the work of researchers and scholars who are helping to change the nature of the discipline-based, departmentally structured university by creating programs and initiatives that will advance interprofessional collaborations and the delivery of services." "Meeting at the Hyphen brings together the current scholarship of interprofessional practice, describing the enhanced teaching and learning that results; the new professional roles for school- and community-based practitioners; the emerging collaborative cultures on the university level; and the understandings that result."--Jacket
Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationChicago, Ill
PublisherNational Society for the Study of Education
Number of pages226
ISBN (Print)9780226069760, 0226069761
StatePublished - 2003

Publication series

NameThe 102nd yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education
Volumept. 2
ISSN (Print)0077-5762

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university
school
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Keywords

  • Relation école-collectivité
  • Vrije beroepen
  • Universität
  • Onderwijsinstellingen
  • Community and school
  • Relations école-collectivité
  • Partenariat
  • Samenwerking
  • Studentenbegeleiding
  • Kooperation
  • Schule
  • Industrie et éducation
  • Industrie
  • Beruf
  • Éducation
  • Université
  • Business and education

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Brabeck, M. M. (Ed.), Walsh, M. E. (Ed.), Latta, R. E. (Ed.), & National Society for the Study of Education (2003). Meeting at the hyphen: schools-universities-communities-professions in collaboration for student achievement and well being. (The 102nd yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education; Vol. pt. 2). Chicago, Ill: National Society for the Study of Education.

Meeting at the hyphen : schools-universities-communities-professions in collaboration for student achievement and well being. / Brabeck, Mary M (Editor); Walsh, (Mary Elizabeth) (Editor); Latta, Rachel E (Editor); National Society for the Study of Education.

Chicago, Ill : National Society for the Study of Education, 2003. 226 p. (The 102nd yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education; Vol. pt. 2).

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Brabeck, MM (ed.), Walsh, ME (ed.), Latta, RE (ed.) & National Society for the Study of Education 2003, Meeting at the hyphen: schools-universities-communities-professions in collaboration for student achievement and well being. The 102nd yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, vol. pt. 2, National Society for the Study of Education, Chicago, Ill.
Brabeck MM, (ed.), Walsh ME, (ed.), Latta RE, (ed.), National Society for the Study of Education. Meeting at the hyphen: schools-universities-communities-professions in collaboration for student achievement and well being. Chicago, Ill: National Society for the Study of Education, 2003. 226 p. (The 102nd yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education).
Brabeck, Mary M (Editor) ; Walsh, (Mary Elizabeth) (Editor) ; Latta, Rachel E (Editor) ; National Society for the Study of Education. / Meeting at the hyphen : schools-universities-communities-professions in collaboration for student achievement and well being. Chicago, Ill : National Society for the Study of Education, 2003. 226 p. (The 102nd yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education).
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