Collaboration and Consultation
to be considered for publication in Academic Exchange Quarterly print edition:
Spring,   Summer,   Fall,   or   Winter
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Steve Pec   Editor of Academic Exchange Quarterly
No single professional (i.e., teacher) or institution (i.e., schools) can take responsibility for fully educating our nationís youth. K-12 schools and universities are embracing the need for collaborative efforts among and between faculty members, as well as with other stakeholders (e.g., parents, students, teacher candidates, administrators, specialists, support staff, outside agencies). Collaboration entails two or more persons working together. This may be accomplished through various types of collaboration including, but not limited to, school-university, programmatic or interdisciplinary, cross-disciplinary, interagency, and internet/virtual collaboration. Of particular interest are submissions focusing on teaching or preparing educators to teach traditionally marginalized groups, such as students with disabilities, students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, students identified as having special gifts and talents, and those considered at-risk for school failure.
Contributions for this issue are welcome from a variety of perspectives related to the use of collaboration in the field of education. These include: interdisciplinary collaboration, school-iniversity partnerships, professional development schools, special/general education collaborative efforts, co-teaching experiences, intern programs, collaboration in technology instruction or use, descriptions of successful collaborative efforts or programs, models of collaboration, debates related to collaboration, and various others. Those who have participated in collaborative efforts are encouraged to submit, including K-12 teachers, university faculty, staff, school psychologists, technology specialists, reading specialists, administrators, librarians, counselors, graduate students co-authored with professor, and others.
Who May Submit:
Faculty, administrators, librarians and graduate students.   Please identify your submission with keyword: CONSULT-2