Partnering as a way to "deprivatize" your professional practice

01/4/2013

In this post, Carla Aranda writes, "Lately, I've been hearing and reading the term "deprivatizing practice" in reference to building capacity for teaching and learning. The term has elicited strong reactions for me. I wonder, whose practice needs deprivatizing? And who is deprivatizing it? It feels like someone is doing something to me, like another attempt to point the finger at teachers and demand change. Once I get beyond my initial reaction, I reflect on what it really means." Read on.

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