The Faculty of Education brings a community of scholar-practitioners together, from across disciplines, methodologies, ideological perspectives, and interests, invested in questions concerning what it means to teach, to learn, and the kinds of associated teaching/learning contexts alongside the needed leadership. Collectively, our research brings these questions to life, documenting and analyzing the opportunities and challenges within educational sites of all kinds and envisioning education for the future. Individually, distinct research efforts cultivate needed insights and expertise to build and sustain the scholarly community to contribute to the future. Most importantly, our collective and individual efforts model research as a habit for all educators- helping to approach our practices and articulate understandings of teaching and learning with increasing breadth and depth.
Margaret Macintyre Latta
Director of Graduate Programs and Research
Research Programs housed in the Faculty of Education
Faculty research interests are varied and intersect. The following thematic overview provides access to some of these interests and intersections:
- Educational Leadership: Policies, Practices, & Reform Initiatives
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