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The Baylor Impact is published quarterly by the Baylor School of Education.

The Baylor Impact
School of Education
Baylor University
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Volume 2 Number 2

Welcome
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As a newcomer to Baylor and the School of Education, I am frequently asked a variety of questions. Following the almost obligatory "How do you like Baylor?" or "What brings (or attracted) you to Baylor?" question, comes "So, what are your goals for the School?" The last of these always brings a little internal conflict for me. I have long been a believer and proponent of "servant leadership" where the goal is, significantly, to help the organization grow and develop to meet its own aspirations or, in the absence of such aspirations, to orchestrate discussion to define those. Yet, leaders are not devoid of goals and are typically expected to articulate those goals for the organization.
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Features

In the F1rst Person: Rebecca and Zackary Beaty

When Rebecca and I first accepted third grade and middle school PE positions, respectively, at the International School Nido de Aguilas in Santiago, Chile, we couldn't comprehend how much our lives would change in just a few short, extremely busy months.
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Meet the Faculty:
Welcoming six new faces in education

Dr. Alex Beaujean
Education Psychology

Dr. Crista Force
Curriculum and Instruction

Dr. Paul La Bounty
Health, Human Performance and Recreation

Dr. Tamara Hodges
Educational Psychology

Dr. Matthew Cooke
Health, Human Performance and Recreation

Dr. Sandra Cooper
Curriculum and Instruction

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Sports Management:
Program stretches to new heights

The sports management program, like all major programs in the Health, Human Performance, and Recreation department in the School of Education, is experiencing tremendous growth, and the reason, according to its graduates, is its success.
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• Welcome
• In the F1rst Person: Rebecca & Zackary Beaty
• Meet the Faculty
• Sports Managment: Program stretches to new heights

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