At Samford, we believe humans are uniquely created beings who bear the image of God. We believe humans wonder and create because God is the great wonderer and creator! We believe God delights in our ability to produce knowledge, test theories, solve problems, ask questions and produce innovations.
This publication is a celebration of creativity among faculty, students and alumni of Orlean Beeson School of Education.
The type and scope of scholarship you will read about is appropriate for a teaching-focused institution and translates to the quality of teaching and learning taking place in our classrooms. The goal of our effort is to model continuous learning, thereby benefiting our students and the professional community and ultimately bringing glory to the kingdom of God.Anna McEwan, Ph.D. - dean and professor
When Homewood Middle School Principal Danny Steele first joined Twitter, he didn’t know that the insights into education that he shared on the platform would eventually develop into a popular blog and five books.
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