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Emerging Writer Worksheet Review the videos as you progress through this document for a more detailed explanation of the assignment’s objective and expectations. Important note: The theme REFLECTION cannot be used for the final submission of the assignment. It is used in the video for demonstration purposes only. Thematic Matrix In this section use a thematic matrix to extract key themes from the articles in order to synthesize common themes. VIDEO: Section 1 Patterns and Themes (12:47): Coffman, Putman, Adkisson, Kriner, and Monaghan (2016) Garcia and Yao (2019) Inouye and McAlpine (2017) Scholar, scholarly identity Doctoral education, doctoral programs, graduate education, online education Scholarly identity, scholar socialization, socialization theory, social Doctoral socialization, socialization processes, graduate student socialization Identity-trajectory , identity Identity formation, identity, identity development Scholarly identity, scholarly development graduate student Reflection, reflect, feedback Doctoral students, students Research, researchers Research, researchers Reflect, reflection graduate student, online students, doctoral student Identity work 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/Scholarly Theme 2: Reflection/ Feedback Enter these in the worksheet below
Finding Evidence to Support Themes VIDEO: Section 2 Evidence Worksheet, Topic Sentences, and Thesis Statement (12:18): Theme One: Scholar/Scholarly Coffman, Putman, Adkisson, Kriner, and Monaghan (2016) What is the definition of scholar? Completion of a doctoral program demonstrate that the student is now an expert/scholar Student will have developed a scholarly identity upon completion of doctoral program. Communities of Practice (Cop) allow student to develop a learning community and network to create new information (knowledge), develop communication skills, learning how to research as a scholar. Scholarly activities, communities and an environment to self- reflect Transformational learning occurs as the student progress into an academic scholar. Transforming from graduate to a scholar Garcia and Yao (2019) Scholarly development/ scholarly expectation in academia Understanding scholarly identity, how to navigate the online scholarly community and in order to establish their scholarly identity Transitioning the mindset from graduate to scholar and the challenges that may occur Learning now to work through challenges that may occur in an online environment and maintaining scholarly community.

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