Living the Mission : How Drake Can Cultivate Morality in Students
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SubjectCurriculum change; Education--Philosophy; Moral development; Teacher-student relationship; Student-student relationship; Teacher-teacher relationship; College students; Universities and colleges--Curricula; Education, Higher--Curricula; Learning, Psychology of; Values; Ethics; Critical thinking; Philosophy and psychology
A Capstone Project is completed by senior students as part of the Drake curriculum. The Capstone is intended to summarize and synthesize the outcomes of the Drake experience.
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