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The Science of Wondering: Fifth Annual Action Research Symposium

Baylor University's School of Education spotlighted undergraduate research conducted by Baylor teacher education candidates at the fifth annual Science of Wondering research symposium on Tuesday, April 16, at the Lee Lockwood Library in Waco.

"The Science of Wondering" featured more than 100 "action" research projects and case studies and the implications for professional practice presented by School of Ed Interns and Teaching Associates. The students during the 2012-2013 school year served alongside mentor teachers and clinical instructors in Professional Development Schools (PDS) in Waco ISD, Connally, Midway and Robinson School Districts.

The projects covered a wide variety of topics including "Overlaying Realities - Augmented Reality in the Classroom," "Increasing Student Wait Time through Sign Language Cues" and "Effects of Daily Behavioral Goals and Extrinsic Motivation on an ADHD Child" just to name a few.


Research Symposium 2013

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