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Ohio State University College of Education

Website: http://www.coe.ohio-state.edu

The mission of the College of Education is to build upon a tradition of excellence in promoting outstanding research and teaching that impacts and influences our global society in meaningful ways, while simultaneously embracing The Ohio State University's Academic, Diversity, and Outreach Plans. The purpose of the College is to prepare educators, researchers, and practitioners to inspire, develop, promote, implement, and evaluate learning that is essential to a successful society in the United States and abroad. The primary objective is to ensure that our graduates are prepared to be leaders and collaborators in a changing and diverse world as they work in educational, health, community, social, cultural, sport, employment, and government settings. For more information about Theory Into Practice, the College's professional journal, see www.coe.ohio-state.edu/tip.

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Theory Into Practice

Vol. 42 (2003) - Vol. 43 (2004)

Published since 1962, Theory Into Practice (TIP) is the professional journal published quarterly by The Ohio State University's College of Education. One of the most highly respected journals within the field of educational research, each issue of Theory Into Practice is organized around a single theme and features multiple perspectives and scholarly, yet accessible discussions of current and future concerns of interest to today's educators. Nationally recognized for excellence in the field of educational journalism by the Educational Press Association of America, Theory Into Practice is a frequent winner of the Distinguished Achievement Award in the Learned Article category.


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