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Welcome to the Journal of Research Initiatives, a peer reviewed journal of editors with expertise in educational issues, trends, and best practices. The journal offers high-levels of editorial and technical support. Each article has a dedicated editor-in-chief, a committed editorial staff, a nationally renowned editorial board, with clear editorial policies. The journal does not charge authors a publication fee, article submission and publication is free.
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Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 2 (2022) Holistic Teaching and LearningWe are pleased to present the 2nd Issue of Volume 6 of the Journal of Research Initiatives sponsored by the College of Education at Fayetteville State University. We were honored to have received sufficient requests for publication to be able to offer three issues for volume 6. We want to sincerely thank the dedicated international scholars who overcame the barriers presented by a global pandemic to share their hard-earned research for the enrichment of the worldwide academic community and students. The increasing number of submissions is indicative of the growing demand for the Journal and the principles of social justice in education upon which it was founded. The second issue focused on the concept of Holistic Teaching and Learning.
Developmental College Education Courses and Programs: A Review of the Literature
Charletta H. Barringer-Brown and Patricia A. Lynch
Incorporating Growth Mindsets to Attain Athletic and Academic Success.
Michael E. Rutledge II
Will Personal Engagement in Play Affect the Perceived Stress of Early Educaors?
Kathy Chase Young and Jeffrey L. Leffler
Writing Workshop and Creativity Despite Standardization: An Exploration of Elementary Teachers' Practices
Darcie Kress and Matt Townsley
Finding Correlations Among Academic Performance, Demographic Influences and Clinical Competency Utilizing Predictive Variables in An Associate Degree Nursing Program
Rebecca Montz, Brett Welch, Neil Faulk, and Clementine Msengi
Family Communication and Engagement with Digital Technology: Approaches and Strategies
Simone Elias, Edward Cromarty, and Linda Wilson-Jones
Limitations When Conducting Quantitative Disability Research
Kaycee L. Bills and Bradley Mills
- Angela Farmer
- Mississippi State University
- Papia Bawa
- Butler University