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Doctoral Seminar III

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This five-day experiential residency course engages students in critical discussion and collaboration to explore the integration of theory and practice as a mechanism to guide their professional identity development in the communities they serve. Students reflect on the complex interrelationships between inquiry, knowledge, practice, and theory juxtaposed with the praxis of the scholar-practitioner-leader. Throughout the residency, students develop an increasingly reflexive articulation and demonstration of how their participation in a doctoral program has influenced their growth as scholar-practitioner leaders. Additionally, students develop shared visions for the continuation of their transformation as future leaders who engage with academics and practitioners to promote scholarship for evidenced-based decision-making.

This graduate-level course is 1 week To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 1 week

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    Conceptual Exploration and Situating the Professional Conference

    • Competency A: Evaluate the integration of scholarship, practice, and leadership in promoting transdisciplinary collaboration.
    • Competency B: Discriminate the intersections and meanings between the scholar-practitioner-leader model, scholarship of engagement, and evidence-based thinking and decision-making.
    • Competency C: Engage in critical and metacognitive evaluation related to one’s development as an engaged scholar-practitioner-leader.
    • Competency D: Synthesize a process of socialization and ongoing integration into professional communities.
    • Competency E: Construct multiple pathways for engaged scholarship and professional development.
    • Competency F: Propose strategies for addressing the various information needs within communities of practice.

    Conference Preparation and Individual Work

    • Competency A: Evaluate the integration of scholarship, practice, and leadership in promoting transdisciplinary collaboration.
    • Competency B: Discriminate the intersections and meanings between the scholar-practitioner-leader model, scholarship of engagement, and evidence-based thinking and decision-making.
    • Competency C: Engage in critical and metacognitive evaluation related to one’s development as an engaged scholar-practitioner-leader.
    • Competency D: Synthesize a process of socialization and ongoing integration into professional communities.
    • Competency E: Construct multiple pathways for engaged scholarship and professional development.
    • Competency F: Propose strategies for addressing the various information needs within communities of practice.

    Professional Conference Day 1

    • Competency A: Evaluate the integration of scholarship, practice, and leadership in promoting transdisciplinary collaboration.
    • Competency B: Discriminate the intersections and meanings between the scholar-practitioner-leader model, scholarship of engagement, and evidence-based thinking and decision-making.
    • Competency C: Engage in critical and metacognitive evaluation related to one’s development as an engaged scholar-practitioner-leader.
    • Competency D: Synthesize a process of socialization and ongoing integration into professional communities.
    • Competency E: Construct multiple pathways for engaged scholarship and professional development.
    • Competency F: Propose strategies for addressing the various information needs within communities of practice.

    Professional Conference Day 2

    • Competency A: Evaluate the integration of scholarship, practice, and leadership in promoting transdisciplinary collaboration.
    • Competency B: Discriminate the intersections and meanings between the scholar-practitioner-leader model, scholarship of engagement, and evidence-based thinking and decision-making.
    • Competency C: Engage in critical and metacognitive evaluation related to one’s development as an engaged scholar-practitioner-leader.
    • Competency D: Synthesize a process of socialization and ongoing integration into professional communities.
    • Competency E: Construct multiple pathways for engaged scholarship and professional development.
    • Competency F: Propose strategies for addressing the various information needs within communities of practice.

    Professional Conference Day 3, Debrief, and Oral Reflections

    • Competency A: Evaluate the integration of scholarship, practice, and leadership in promoting transdisciplinary collaboration.
    • Competency B: Discriminate the intersections and meanings between the scholar-practitioner-leader model, scholarship of engagement, and evidence-based thinking and decision-making.
    • Competency C: Engage in critical and metacognitive evaluation related to one’s development as an engaged scholar-practitioner-leader.
    • Competency D: Synthesize a process of socialization and ongoing integration into professional communities.
    • Competency E: Construct multiple pathways for engaged scholarship and professional development.
    • Competency F: Propose strategies for addressing the various information needs within communities of practice.
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