Reciprocity in professional partnerships: Outcomes for everyone
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Re-envisaging the nature of professional relationships in education has emphasised a need for partnerships among institutions that have common interests, needs and goals. Reciprocity in partnerships is an essential element of such relationships, ensuring all parties achieve outcomes that are productive and mutually satisfying. In 2000, the establishment of a formal Alliance of schools with Griffith University offered educational opportunities for university students, lecturers and teachers to creatively interact in the pursuit of lifelong learning, researched-based teaching and collaborative planning. In this paper, the evolution of the partnership is described and outcomes are reported.
Envisioning practice - implementing change
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