Innovations in Inquiry: Implications for Practice and Policy [Webinar]
About the Webinar:
How has innovation in theory development, conceptual frameworks, and epistemological orientations informed research design, methodological approaches and analysis? Researchers from Arizona State University, the University of Illinois, Chicago, and the University of Memphis will present on innovation within the context of inquiry, practice, and policy, and reflect on how they have come to such innovation as a scholar within the field of developmental psychology. This includes their perspective on the implication for how we engage in team science/collaborative inquiry.
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