Volume 3, Issue 2, November 2020

Volume 3: Issue 2

Editorial

Leading Change for a More Civil Society
Charles P. Seeley, Justice College and The Leadership Center (Honduras)

Abstract and Paper

Articles

 Brain Health Table Talks
Amy M Pulliam, Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity, Wake Forest School of Medicine
Denisha Little-Greene, Claude Pepper Americans Independence Center, Wake Forest School of Medicine 
Allison Caban-Holt, Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity, Wake Forest School of Medicine
Goldie Byrd, Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity, Wake Forest School of Medicine

Abstract and Paper

Guided Notes in Undergraduate Instruction
Mirari Elcoro, Framingham State University
Laura Hebert, Framingham State University
Krystal Ghirardi-Broughton, Framingham State University

Abstract and Paper

Effectively Navigating Leadership Transitions in a Higher Education Context
Kevin Gushiken, Lancaster Bible College, Capital Seminary
Hal Pettegrew, Lancaster Bible College, Capital Seminary
Richard Rhoads, Lancaster Bible College, Capital Seminary

Abstract and Paper


Community Engagement through Medical Missions 
Charles P. Seeley, Justice College and The Leadership Center (Honduras)
Yudy Canelas, Carolina Honduras Health Foundation (Honduras)
Peggy Hook, Carolina Honduras Health Foundation (Honduras)
Valerie Schubert, Foundation Casa de Luz (Honduras)

Abstract and Paper


Making an Impact in Community Athletics: Teaching Sport Psychology to High School Coaches
Kristin Mauldin, California Baptist University
Ed Garrett, California Baptist University

Abstract and Paper

Reflective Practice: Considering the Differences in Teacher Immediacy when a K-12 Teacher Transitions to Online Higher Education
Lisa A. Duryee, Grand Canyon University

Abstract and Paper



Online Publication Date: November 30, 2020


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