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Theme Two: Feedback Coffman, Putman, Adkisson, Kriner, and Monaghan (2016) Provide validation assistance with individual’s growth into scholars as they developed relationship through the many opportunities and interactions, creating cooperatively knowledge for themselves and others. The CoP provided the container for reflective discourse between members (Mezirow, 1997), which fostered the ideal setting for transformative learning to take place: a safe environment that supports collaboration, reflection, and feedback. Participants described supportive comments that motivated and validated positive experiences to create healthy partnerships. Garcia and Yao (2019) Through continuous feedback and engagement, in overall, students developed more confidence and skill in their scholarly identities. Critiques from faculty and peers, through face-to-face and continuous feedback, were most helpful in doctoral students becoming stronger and more confident scholarly writers. Cotterall (2011) suggested that instructor feedback is a crucial component in any assignment in terms of development students' skills. Inouye and McAlpine (2017) Feedback is understood as “information provided by an agent (e.g., teacher, book, parent, self, experience) regarding aspects of one’s performance or understanding” (Hattie & Timperley 2007,p.81). Feedback creates or highlights what the assessor considers a gap between the quality of student work and the target level defined by the assessor which students may mitigate by seeking out and addressing comments, and by learning to detect issues in their work through self-assessment(Hattie & Timperley 2007). Engagement with feedback, self-assessment and clarifying of thinking are related to growing Scholarly Identity , though in different ways for each individual. Synthesize Topic Sentence: Engaging Continuous and timely feedback facilitates the development of strong Scholarly Identity as a result of many collaboration and learning opportunities in Doctoral Students. Forming a Thesis Statement Topic sentence 1: Scholar Identity is a constantly evolving process where Doctoral Students transform knowledge into skills and habits into identity.
EMERGING WRITER WORKSHEET 4 Topic sentence 2: Engaging continuous and timely feedback facilitates the development of strong Scholarly Identity as a result of many collaboration and learning opportunities in Doctoral Students. Organizing the Argument I. Introduction a. Engaging statement

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