Professional Development Schools Network

Publications

This section will include BSU PDS Network Publications and Articles That Have Been Accepted for Publication.


2000-2006 Publications


Graham, B. (2006). Learning from field experiences: Student perception of personal and professional learning in urban settings. London, England: European Teacher Education Network, University of Greenwich, and Hogeschool Leiden.


Graham, B. (2006). Conditions for successful field experiences: Perceptions of cooperating teachers. Teaching and Teacher Education, 22, 1118-1129.


Siebert, C. J. (2005). Promoting preservice teachers' success in classroom management by leveraging a local union's resources: A professional development school initiative. Education, 125(3), 385.


Siebert, C. J., & Britten, J. S. (2005). Optimizing professional development school relationships: Collaborating to prepare general education preservice teachers to succeed in inclusive classrooms. In I. Guadarrama, J. Ramsey, & J. L. Nath (Eds.), Professional development schools: Advances in community thought and research (Vol. II). Greenwich, CT: Information Age.


Martin, L. E., Segraves, R., Thacker, S., & Young, L. (2005). The writing process: Three first grade teachers and their students reflect on what was learned. Reading Psychology, 26(3), 235-249.


Clark, P., & Huber, L. (2005). Enhancing early childhood teacher growth and development through professional development school partnerships. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 26, 179-186.


Zygmunt-Fillwalk, E. M. (2005). Disequilibrium and reconstruction: The urban encounter as catalyst for preservice educators' cultural transformation. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 26, 133-147.


Swetnam, R., Stillisano, J., & Weaver, R. (2005). Measuring the quality of professional development school work: The role of NCATE's PDS standards. In M. Levine & R. Trachtmann (Eds.), Implementing PDS standards: Stories from the field (pp. 19-34). Washington, DC: National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.


Melser, N. (2004). The shared supervision of student teachers: Leadership, listening, and lessons learned. The Professional Educator, 26(2), 31-37.


Leitze, A., & Melser, N. (2005). Multiculturalizing creative writing and mathematical problem solving. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 41(2), 87-91.



Huber, L. (2003). Knowing children and building relationships with families: A strategy for improving conferences. Early Childhood Education Journal, 31(1), 75-77.



Siebert, C. J., & Britten, J. S. (2003). Collaborative initiatives supporting inclusive classrooms. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 7(3), 132-136.


Walker, C., Kragler, S., Martin, L., & Arnett, A. (2003). Facilitating the use of informational texts in a 1st-grade classroom. Childhood Education, 79(3), 152-160.


Siebert, C. (2002). Facilitating educative experiences for the intern: The role of the university instructor. In I. Guadarrama, J. Ramsey, & J. Nath (Eds.), Forging alliances in community and thought: Research in professional development schools (pp. 325-327). Greenwich, CT: Information Age.


Clark, P., & Stroud, J. (2002). Working together to improve the quality of care and education in early childhood programs. Early Child Development and Care, 172(1) 55-63.



Marchant, G. (2002). Professional development schools and indicators of student achievement. The Teacher Educator. 38(2), 112-125.



Yssel, N, Koch, K., & Merbler, J. (2002). Professional development schools and special education: A promising partnership? The Teacher Educator, 38(2), 141-150.


Stroud, J., & Clark, P. (2000). Obstacles and opportunities: Creating early childhood professional development schools. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 21(1), 39-46.

Professional Development Schools Network
Peggy Lewis, Director, BSU PDS

Teachers College (TC), Room 1008
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306

Phone: 765-285-3263
Fax: 765-285-5455