Living the Mission : How Drake Can Cultivate Morality in Students
AuthorBritton, Saundra; DeBruin, Kayla; Fiegen, Jane; Gilbert, Brad; Koppel, Nate; McClain, Dylan; Prakash, Shawn; Saunders, Alison; Schweitzer, Rebecca; Traficanti, Rachel; Twinem, Sarah
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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
DescriptionA 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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