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Abdal-Haqq, I. (1998).† Professional development schools: Weighing the evidence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.

Beck, C., & Kosnik, C. (2006).† Innovations in teacher education: A social constructivist approach.† Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. †

Darling-Hammond, L. (2006).† Powerful teacher education: Lessons from exemplary programs. San Francisco, CA: Josey-Bass.

Darling-Hammond, L., & Bransford, J. (Eds.). (2005). Preparing teachers for a changing world: What teachers should learn and be able to do.† San Francisco, CA: Josey-

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) (2001). Standards for professional development schools: Author.

Teitel, L.† (2003).† The professional development schools handbook: Starting, sustaining, and assessing partnerships that improve student learning.† Thousand Oaks, CA:
Corwin Press.

Journal Articles on the Effectiveness of Professional Development Schools†

Castle, S., Fox, R. K., & Souder, K, O. (2006). Do professional development schools (PDSs) make a difference? A comparative study of PDS and non-PDS teacher candidates. Journal of Teacher Education, 57(1), 65-80.

Conaway, B. J. & Mitchell, M. W. (2004). A comparison of the experiences of yearlong interns in a professional development school and one-semester student teachers in a non-PDS location. Action in Teacher Education, 26(3), 21-28. [View PDF]

Fisher, D., Frey, N., & Farnan, N. (2004). Student teachers matter: The impact of student teachers on elementary aged children in a professional development school. Teacher Education Quarterly, 31(2), 43-56. [View PDF]

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

Latham, N.I., & Vogt, W.P. (2007).† Do professional development schools reduce teacher
attrition?† Evidence from a longitudinal study of 1,000 graduates.† Journal of
†Teacher Education, 58 (2), 153-167. [View PDF]

Paese, P. C. (2003). Impact of professional development schools pre-service through induction. Action teacher Education, 25(1), 83-88. [View PDF]

Reynolds, A., Ross, S. M., & Rakow, J. H. (2002). Teacher retention, teaching effectiveness, and professional preparation: A comparison of professional development school and non-professional development school graduates. Teaching and Teacher Education, 18, 289-303. [View PDF]

Ridley, D. S., Hurwitz, S., & Hackett, M. R. (2005). Comparing PDS and Campus-based preservice teacher preparation: Is PDS-based preparation really better? Journal of Teacher Education, 56(1), 46-56. [View PDF]

Watson, S., Miller, T., Johnston, L., & Rutledge, V. (2006). Professional development school graduate performance: Perception of school principals. The Teacher Educator, 42(2), 77-86. [View PDF]

Zeichner, K. (1992). Rethinking the practicum in the professional development school partnership. Journal of Teacher Education, 43(4), 296-307 [Sage Journals]

PDS Journal Articles Organized by NCATE Standards

Standard I: Learning Community

Gerono, J. L. (2005). Naming Inquiry: PDS teachersí perceptions of teacher research and living an inquiry stance toward teaching. Teacher Education Quarterly, 32(4), 79-95. [View PDF]

Klingner, J. K., Leftwich, S., Garderen, D. V., & Hernandez, C. (2004). Closing the gap: Enhancing student outcomes in an urban professional development school. Teacher Education and Special Education, 27(3), 292-306. [View PDF]

Levin, B. & Rock, T. (2003). The effects of collaborative action research on preservice and experienced teacher partners in professional development schools. Journal of Teacher Education, 54(2), 135-149. [View PDF]

Mebane, D. & Galassi, J. (2003). Variables affecting collaborative research and learning in a professional development school partnership. The Journal of Educational Research, 96(5), 259-268. [View PDF]

Mule, L. (2006). Preservice teachersí inquiry in a professional development school context: Implications for the practicum. Teaching and Teacher Education, 22, 205-218. [View PDF]

Rock, T. C., & Levin, B. B. (2002). Collaborative action research projects: Enhancing preservice teacher development in professional development schools. Teacher Education Quarterly, 29(1), 7-21. [View PDF]

Standard II: Accountability & Quality Assurance

Blair, J. (2001, October 24). NCATE releases quality measures for professional development sites. Education Week, 21, p.14. [View HTML]

Latham, N. I., Crumpler, T. P., & Moss, R. K. (2005) The assessment of professional development school interns: A model for reform. Clearing House, 78(4), 146-150. [View PDF]

Standard III: Collaboration

Edens, K., Shirley, J., & Toner, T. (2001). Sustaining professional Development school partnership: Hearing the voices, heeding the voices. Action in Teacher Education, 32(3), 27-32. [View PDF]

Epanchin, B. & Colucci, K. (2002). The professional development school without walls: A partnership between a university and two school districts. Remedial and Special Education, 23(6), 349-358. [View PDF]

Girsham, D. (2000). Partners in Professionalism: Creating a quality field experience for preservice teachers. Action in Teacher Education, 21(4), 27-40. [View HTML]

Marlow, M. P., Kyed, S., & Connors, S. (2005). Collegiality, collaboration and Kuleana: Complexity in a professional development school. Education, 125(4), 557-568. [View PDF]

Norman, P. (2006). When a PDS isnít working: Confronting the question of pulling out. Action in Teacher Education, 27(4), 35-44 [View PDF]

Standard IV: Diversity & Equity

Beardsley, L. & Teitel, L. (2004). Learning to see color in teacher education: An example framed by the professional development school standard for diversity and equity. The Teacher Educator, 40(2), 91-115. [View PDF]

Klingner, J.K., Leftwich, S, van Garderen, D., & Hernandez, C. (2004).† Closing the gap:
Enhancing student outcomes in an urban professional development school.
Teacher Education and Special Education, 27 (3), 292-306.

Lenski, S. D., Crumpler, T. P., Stallworth, C. & Crawford, K. M. (2005). Beyond awareness: Preparing Culturally Responsive preservice teachers. Teacher Education Quarterly, 32(2), 85-100 [View PDF]

Miller, S., Duffy, G. G., Rohr, J., Gasparello, R., &Mercier, S. (2005). Preparing teachers for high poverty schools. Educational Leadership, 62(8), 62-65 [View PDF]

Tatto, M. T. (1996). Examining values and beliefs about teaching diverse students: Understanding the challenges for teacher education. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 18(2), 155-180.

Tochterman, S., Cooner, D., & Lehmann, J. P. (2005).† Stages of preservice development for teachers of students with emotional disabilities. The Teacher Educator, 41(2), 75-94. [View PDF]

Voltz, D. L. (2001). Preparing general education teachers for inclusive settings: The role of special education teachers in the professional development school context. Learning Disability Quarterly, 24(4), 288-296. [View PDF]

Wong, P. L. & Glass, R. D. (2005). Assessing a professional development school approach to preparing teachers for urban schools serving low-income, culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Teacher Education Quarterly, 32(3), 63-77. [View PDF]

Standard V: Structures, Resources, and Roles

Salsberry, T. & Wtig, S. (2004). Clinical instructors as teacher leaders in the professional development schools: Benefits, challenges and support systems. Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, 71(1), 36-55 [View PDF]

Sanders, M., Dowson, M., & Sincair, C. (2005). What do associate teachers do anyway? A comparison of theoretical conceptualizations in the literature and observed practices in field. Teacher† College Record, 107(4), 706-738. [View PDF]

Sands, D. I. & Goodwin, L. (2005). Shared responsibility for teacher preparation: An exploratory study of the match between skills of clinical teachers and those required of their teacher candidates. Teaching and Teacher Education, 21, 817-828. [View PDF]

Scheetz, J., Waters, F. H., Smeaton, P., & Lare, D. (2005). Mentoring in a PDS program: What is in it for me? Phi Delta Kappan, 42(1), 33-37. [View PDF]

Silva, D. & Fichtman, D. (2004). Encountering new spaces: Teachers developing voice within a professional development school. Journal of Teacher Education, 55(2), 128-140

Snow, J. L. (2004). Professional development in a culture of inquiry: PDS teachers identify the benefits of professional learning communities. Teaching and Teachers Education, 21, 241-256. [View PDF]

Utley, B. L., Basile, C. G., & Rhodes, L. K. (2003). Walking in Two worlds: Master teachers serving as site coordinators in partner schools. Teaching and Teacher Education, 19, 515-528 [View PDF]