Survey for Christian Educators Sunday School, Bible Study & Congress Teachers
I write to extend an invitation to National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. (NBCUSA, INC) Christian educators who particularly teach adults. There is a Christian Educator research project looking at Christian education within the NBCUSA, INC. The research is incomplete, because at the moment it does not have any responses from us. The research findings have the potential to help us better understand what Christian education currently looks like within the denomination and point us in a positive direction for the future. Your help is needed and it will not take too much of your time.
Dear Christian Educator,
You are cordially invited to participate in a research study conducted by Dr. E. Paulette Isaac-Savage from the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL). The purpose of the research is to explore your instructional perspectives as a Christian educator in the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.Your participation will help us in enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of Christian education training and religious education within our denomination. Your identity will not be revealed in any way. Your participation is voluntary and involves answering survey questions, which will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. You may choose not to participate or withdraw your consent at any time. You will NOT be penalized in any way should you choose not to participate or to withdraw.
If you have any questions about the research study, contact Dr. Isaac-Savage at [email protected] or (314) 516-5303. You may also ask questions or state concerns regarding your rights as a research participant to UMSL’s Office of Research Administration at 516-5897.
If you agree to the items below, click here to begin the survey.
• You have read the above information
• You voluntarily agree to participate
• You are at least 18 years of age
If you do not wish to participate in the research study, no further action is required on your part.
Dr. Paulette Isaac-Savage