Scholar-Practitioner Mindset: TCC Episode 25

Scholar-Practitioner Mindset: TCC Episode 25

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Today’s Episode:

  • Project 10K
  • Scholar-practitioner
  • Positive Social Change
  • My Research
  • Scholar-Practitioner Mindset

Project 10K

Project 10K is a fundraising project to raise $10,000, through coffee, for Lurie’s Children Hospital and other Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals to Help Save Kids Lives! For every box of coffee, tea, or any of our products at ExtraLifeCafe.com, 100% of the profits will be donated to Extra-Life!

What is a scholar-practitioner

Walden University’s (2014) goal is to help students become scholar-practitioners by challenging them to integrate scholarly research with their own expertise as skilled practitioners in their fields. In other words, research what you do in your field of work or industry by creating improvements in your field or positive social change. My field of study is social media, hence the podcast. I want to improve student retention rates.

What is Positive Social Change

Walden University (2014) defines positive social change as a commitment to improving the human and social condition by creating and applying ideas to promote the development of individuals, communities, and organizations, as well as society as a whole. I am committed to changing social conditions in graduate studies either online or traditional by bridging the gap between brick-and-mortar and click-and-mortar.

My Research

Exploring the Impact of Social Media on Student Retention in Graduate Programs: A Delphi study

  • Forecast trends in
    • Social media (Connectedness)
    • Student retention (Persistence)
    • Graduate studies
  • Connectedness
  • Persistence

Scholar-Practitioner Mindset

  1. You are the expert
  2. Make Improvements in your field or industry
  3. Create Positive Social Change

References:

Walden University. (2014). Introduction. Walden University Catalog. Retrieved from http://catalog.waldenu.edu/content.php?catoid=106&navoid=27845

Simon, M. K., & Goes, J. (2013). Dissertation & scholarly research: Recipes for success. (2013 ed.). USA: Dissertation Success, LLC.

Books:

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