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1 Running head: EMERGING WRITER WORKSHEET Emerging Writer Worksheet Amanda Terpeza Grand Canyon University: RES-815-0101 October 14, 2020
2 EMERGING WRITER WORKSHEET Emerging Writer Worksheet Coffman, K., Putman, P., Ad- kisson, A., Kriner, B., & Mon- aghan, C. (2016). Waiting for the expert to arrive: Using a community of practice to de- velop the scholarly identity of doctoral students. International Journal of Teaching and Learn- ing in Higher Education, 28(1), 30-37. Garcia, C. E., Yao, C. W. (2019). The role of an online first-year seminar in higher ed- ucation doctoral students’ scholarly development. The In- ternet and Higher Education, 42, 44-52. - duc.2019.04.002 Inouye, K. S., & McAlpine, L. (2017). Developing scholarly identity: Variation in agentive responses to su- pervisor feedback. Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 14(2), 3- 19. Scholars, scholarly, scholar (p. 30) Socialize, socialization (Pt. 1 Introduction, Pt. 3 Theoretical Frameworks) Feedback, reflection, reflect (p. 1, 3, 4, 14, 15, 16) social, socialization, socially (p.31) Research, researcher (Pt 2, Literature Review) Student, students (p. 2) Student, students (p. 32) Scholars, scholarly, scholarship (Pt 2 Literature Review) Scholarly, scholars (p. 3) Identify, identifies, identification, identity (p. 34) Reflect, reflection Pt 3 Theoretical Frameworks, Pt 4 Research, researcher (p. 4) Reflect, reflecting, reflection (p. 35) Doctoral students (Pt1, Introduction, Pt 5 (findings and discussions) Identity, identify (p. 14) Thematic Matrix Finding Evidence to Support Themes
3 EMERGING WRITER WORKSHEET Looking over the thematic matrix above, what are two major patterns that are apparent in all three readings? In other words, where do these patterns overlap? These two themes that are common to all 3 articles will be your synthesized themes for the paper. Please list them below. Theme 1: Scholar Theme 2: Theme One: Scholar/Scholarly Coffman, Putman, Adkisson, Kriner, and Monaghan (2016) P. 30 defines what a scholar is. When an individual graduates from a Doctoral program, they have proved to be a scholar. The first time we see Scholar is in the introduction on what it means and what it involves. It involves gaining more experience, more knowledge, research, education and presentations. It moves into how students transition from a graduate program to a doctoral program It is also mentioned in Communities of Practice (CoP) Communities of practice is a community where people create a learning community to help each other with research (Coffman, Putman, Adkisson, Kriner, and Monaghan, 2016). CoP helps shifts learners to scholars by meeting with each other, sharing ideas, asking questions, and collaborating. Garcia and Yao (2019) The reading starts out with discussing shifting the mindset of students from a graduate to a scholar. In part 2 of Literature Review, it discusses scholarly identity In this part it discusses the challenges that students have shifting from a graduate program to a doctoral program.

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