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Home–School Collaboration [chapter]

Richard J. Cowan, Susan M. Swearer, Susan M. Sheridan
2004 Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology  
GLOSSARY collaboration Working together toward a common goal or set of goals. educators General education instructors, special education instructors, leaching aides, classroom volunteers, administrators  ...  , support staff, school psychologists, and any other persons within a school setting who contribute to the education of students within that environment. parent The adult who is responsible for the care  ...  Partnerships are long-term relationships based on the premise that coequal power and coequal participation are prerequisite conditions for meaningful collaborative endeavors.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b0-12-657410-3/00776-5 fatcat:e3b7qqa2nzhk7ptxswabcyxxme


Asta Stulgiene, Ruta Ciutiene
However, collaboration, reduced to its simplest definition, means a relationship between two or more parties who work together towards common goals.  ...  Project teams are increasingly committed by organizations to achieve an important organizational goal as they attempt to survive and grow in dynamic business environment.  ...  Many authors acknowledge trust as the most meaningful element of collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.5755/j01.em.19.2.5719 fatcat:77fhbdcoj5bfvc43bsiuznwyya

Children in 2077: Designing Children's Technologies in the Age of Transhumanism

Oğuz 'Oz' Buruk, Oğuzhan Özcan, Gökçe Elif Baykal, Tilbe Göksun, Selçuk Acar, Güler Akduman, Mehmet Aydın Baytaş, Ceylan Beşevli, Joe Best, Aykut Coşkun, Hüseyin Uğur Genç, A. Baki Kocaballi (+9 others)
2020 Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
What for and how will we design children's technologies in the transhumanism age, and what stance will we take as designers?  ...  This paper aims to answer this question with 13 fictional abstracts from sixteen authors of different countries, institutions and disciplines.  ...  abilities for generating collaborative game dynamics.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3334480.3381821 dblp:conf/chi/BurukOBGAABBBCG20 fatcat:4o3o4bzotnfr7bi2vvnvca2qkq

Call to Action for Nurses/Nursing

Shahirose S. Premji, Jennifer Hatfield
2016 BioMed Research International  
A new vision for nurses involves active participation and collaboration with international colleagues across research practice and policy domains.  ...  This paper suggests moving beyond this conceptualization to a more collaborative and equitable approach that positions nurses as cocreators and brokers of knowledge.  ...  One World, One Health typifies our interconnectedness, between not only humans but nonhumans (i.e., animals) and our ecosystem and emphasizes coequal collaborations and partnerships [6] , providing a  ... 
doi:10.1155/2016/3127543 pmid:27144160 pmcid:PMC4837250 fatcat:pjim25vfb5bo5huwqe6p56mlfm


Eirini Gkouskou, Dimitrios Koliopoulos
2021 European Journal of Education Studies  
This study presents a tool for description and potential analysis of the educational role of the Science and Technology museum.  ...  This tool has been constructed from the point of view of formal education and it is proposed as a framework for the approach of the science/technology museum from the teachers and education administrators  ...  Other types of educational programs, that are designed on the base of a coequal collaboration between museum and formal education, include three educational phases.  ... 
doi:10.46827/ejes.v8i1.3526 fatcat:3fqrgv7sbfgdpnvixw2m4pyyae

The Changing Culture of Humanities Scholarship: Iteration, Recursion, and Versions in Scholarly Collaboration Environments

Susan Brown, John Simpson
2014 Scholarly and Research Communication  
The authors argue that the management of large humanities data sets and the design of associated interfaces, tools, and infrastructure need to recognize and preserve the dynamic, living nature of digital  ...  This article maps out a two-part framework for thinking about versions and versioning in the context of contemporary scholarship and data preservation.  ...  Acknowledgments Cooper and Bradley worked closely together, co-authoring works as "Michael Field" 4. to an extent that anticipates the intensity of digital collaboration described here.  ... 
doi:10.22230/src.2014v5n4a191 fatcat:ro4fwdkqzrhe7m775xm6ytbahi

Marine Protected Areas, Multiple-Agency Management, and Monumental Surprise in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands

John N. Kittinger, Anne Dowling, Andrew R. Purves, Nicole A. Milne, Per Olsson
2011 Journal of Marine Biology  
, and evaluate the governance arrangement for the monument as a model for MPAs.  ...  The governance arrangement for the monument represents a new model in US MPA management, requiring two federal agencies and the State of Hawai'i to collaboratively manage the NWHI.  ...  The authors also thank all of the individuals who were interviewed for participating in this paper and in particular the lead managers from the co-trustee agencies for their support in pursuing this project  ... 
doi:10.1155/2011/241374 fatcat:hzxxcx5bundpdpaktjelhvmafy

Viewpoint on community partnerships. Sharing responsibility for the public's health

M. A. Stoto
1999 Public health reports (1974)  
The goal should be to become coequal partners with insurance regulators and state Medicaid agencies.  ...  IMPLICATIONS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH A G E N C I E S To ensure that partnerships between government public health agencies and managed care organizations work effectively toward improving the health of the public  ... 
doi:10.1093/phr/114.3.231 pmid:10476992 pmcid:PMC1308473 fatcat:ax4jashstng4bamnlcb6b2kd2y

Special Education and General Education Teacher Perceptions of Collaborative Teaching Responsibilities and Attitudes Towards an Inclusive Environment in Jordan

Bassam Alabdallat, Hatem Alkhamra, Rana Alkhamra
2021 Frontiers in Education  
The first section examined collaborative teaching duties for both instructors. It included 29 items and four categories (planning, instruction, evaluation, and behavior management).  ...  The purpose of this study was to investigate how general and special education instructors perceive their collaborative teaching responsibilities and their attitudes toward inclusive environments.  ...  We would like to acknowledge Ellen Fennick for her guidance and for sharing her information freely.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2021.739384 fatcat:pfbasgmcnzbjvkt3o2lvqyfwe4

Career pathways, part 3

Jing Fan, Edward A. Phelps
2021 Nature Metabolism  
Although it was exciting that this story was the first publication from my independent laboratory, its publication highlights the beauty of collaboration, being the culmination of coequal collaborations  ...  Their excellent work, particularly that by Gretchen Seim, the first author of our Nature Metabolism paper, has been essential for launching this exciting new direction.  ...  Competing interests The authors declare no competing interests.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s42255-020-00302-6 pmid:33398193 fatcat:347iim25ibg6tiuvkz2ouqyi44

Social process in grizzly bear management: lessons for collaborative governance and natural resource policy

Lauren Richie, J. Daniel Oppenheimer, Susan G. Clark
2012 Policy sciences  
This e-offprint is for personal use only and shall not be selfarchived in electronic repositories.  ...  If you wish to self-archive your work, please use the accepted author's version for posting to your own website or your institution's repository.  ...  We are extremely grateful to the GBDG participants and other interviewees for their time, patience, and thoughts.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11077-012-9160-z fatcat:gbgupgg4pzfzbkiejr7bq6elwq

Brass Bands of the World: Militarism, Colonial Legacies, and Local Music Making

David Kammerer
2017 Ethnomusicology  
Sakakeeny, an academic specializing in applied ethnomusicology, views the work as a coequal collaboration between himself and African American visual artist (and New Orleans native) Willie Birch.  ...  Sakakeeny also designates chapter subsections as "episodes, " further invoking a sense of discrete dynamic events within a narrative flow.  ...  Maria Todorova's well-known aphorism ("unlike orientalism, which is a discourse about imputed opposition, balkanism is a discourse about an imputed ambiguity" [cited on xiv]) might serve as an epigraph for  ... 
doi:10.5406/ethnomusicology.61.2.0362 fatcat:x6hg5xkryngb7fbxyscqpaynr4

Educating Cultural Literacy with Open Educational Resources: Opportunities and Obstacles of Digital Teacher Collaborations [chapter]

Elisabeth Mayweg-Paus, Maria Zimmermann
2021 Dialogue for Intercultural Understanding  
AbstractIn this chapter, we set the context for how teachers can use the CLLP and its resources sustainably by introducing why it is important for teachers to engage in long-term collaboration to implement  ...  In the following chapter, we will introduce research on the opportunities and obstacles of online collaboration among teachers.  ...  Additionally, they emphasize the importance of time and dynamic development to increase the benefits intended for individuals or for the collective.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-71778-0_11 fatcat:4rcimulwejhvjg56jwua2vvmsu

Integrating Social Science into the Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network: Social Dimensions of Ecological Change and Ecological Dimensions of Social Change

Charles L. Redman, J. Morgan Grove, Lauren H. Kuby
2004 Ecosystems  
and suggest practical approaches for integration.  ...  understanding the human dimensions of ecological change for the LTER Network.  ...  Authors of previous descriptions in the literature have used the term "human ecosys-tem" however, we prefer to use the term "socialecological system," so as to emphasize the coequal interaction of the  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10021-003-0215-z fatcat:inr4py5zvjck3afmf7ifjjj2ri

CrESt Use Cases [chapter]

Holger Schlingloff
2020 Model-Based Engineering of Collaborative Embedded Systems  
The use cases are chosen from real-life industrial tasks and exhibit all software engineering challenges that are specific to the development of collaborative embedded systems.  ...  Acknowledgement: The author wishes to acknowledge the  ...  After it has authorized itself, the new robot receives map and task information from the others and is able to collaborate in the fleet as a coequal partner.  Distributed logging and monitoring: For a  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-62136-0_1 fatcat:muurcrc5mvfl5ptjfvxd2bsrii
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