On Sept. 14, Orlean Beeson School of Education will launch Research and Innovation in Education, an annual publication highlighting recent research initiatives within the school.
The digital publication will feature the diverse inquiry efforts of undergraduate students, doctoral candidates and faculty. The first issue will include findings from studies such as the impact of character education and school counseling programs and the use of instructional coaches, among others.
“Research and Innovation in Education is a celebration of curiosity! As human beings, we ask questions and seek to know because we are created in the image of God who wired our brains to seek understanding, solve problems, and contribute to the advancement of His kingdom,” said Orlean Beeson School of Education Dean Anna McEwan.
Ultimately, research conducted in Orlean Beeson School of Education will address questions that have applicability to a broader field of knowledge. It is research for the good of the whole: for individuals, for the community and for the world.
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