Education in the Professions (I)
 
Welcome Message from Division VP
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Dear Colleagues,

Education continues to be relied upon to ensure that students are well prepared to function in society. In this context, we should all be thinking of research that best informs the development of professionals. In an era where information (and misinformation) is made available through technology, we need to think about how to share our findings in ways that will engage stakeholders and influence conversations.

From its humble beginnings as a Special Interest Group (SIG) in 1971, Division I has grown to over 500 members. The goals of the Division have not changed: to foster communication and build a common identity among scholars who are educators at professional schools. The many activities of the Division are meant to support its members’ professional development and research interests. 

Danette Waller McKinley, Division I VP

 
 
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Division I focuses on the context and conduct of scientific inquiry addressing education for professional practice disciplines (e.g., architecture, engineering, health professions, law, teaching), from the level of higher education through lifelong learning and assessment.

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