I will have a total of 7 I’ve written 5 already just needs be revived and if you can add to it total words without references 1250 and the revised adding reflections require 300 word and the two articles that can relate to reflection.
Send what I wrote and requirements or is it possible to get clarity I’m writing and changing up stuff waiting to seee if I can send to teacher by7:30
APA 6 on this one I can send the feedback from emery writes that I synthesis paper and we can go from the and you can correct items and the two papers I’ll help but I want to make sure I send at 7 and I’ve been writing talking to you all I need you for tomorrow assignments also
Still need to add on coclusion to clean it up
The Role of a Researcher
The researcher’s role relates to the development of scholarly identity; the requirement also provides new and different views to the readers. As scholars, students experience doubt, fears, and anxiety, all part of the journey while developing a new learning skill. Anything worth having requires a mindset and grit. Becoming an independent researcher requires discipline, while adopting a professional and scholarly identity is a process. (p.30). Understanding that becoming a researcher comes with ups and downs, allowing yourself to develop skills to build our identity with transitioning from a master’s level into an expert. This process requires hours of researching, feedback from your professor, and peers. While developing identity as a scholar, we must create a mindset that will create positive thinking, allowing us to doubt if we have what it takes. While retrieving further information as one emerges into an independent researcher, wecan develop stress and fall into the imposter syndrome and affecting our self-worth.
(Levecque, Anseel, De Beuckelaer, Van der Heyden, & Gisle, 2017; Longfield, Romas, & Irwin, 2006). Which are all followed by our fears not allowing the time needed to become an independent researcher. Viewing all three articles and views as the researcher’s role while transitioning it is shown with time, we can navigate with confidence while providing significant research.
As students embark, they are exposed through the academic programs also requirements; it takes time to develop their identity. Feedback allows a student to experience engagement with their peers, professors, and various educational resources to begin developing our identity. Coffman et al., (2016) elaborated and went in-depth to express where it is a journey it will take several years for a student to identify and become confident while building their voice. Throughout the course and achieving a goal, it also states the importance of social interactions with many scholars, which allows one to understand that they are not alone to guiding them to develop who they are as a scholar (Coffman et al., 2016). Garcia and Yao, (2019) it is journey and mention that the road to developing an identity will take lots of time and plenty of personal frustration (Garcia & Yao, 2019). Students may feel overwhelmed with academic course loads, limits on time, and a lack of resources which will cause them to procrastinate. Developing an identity will be a gradual process where experiences and research will build off each other, as students begin to understand their abilities, eliminate self-doubt and their own impostor syndrome as they transform into scholars and as stated (Coffman et al.,2016) express it will take years.
The development of a scholarly identity is not a straight path, it has it’s ups and down direction to become why they emphasis the multiple lanes you may journey to. Inouye and McAlpine, (2017) informs the process as a scholarly trajectory, where a student develops their identity through the emergence of three aspects: Intellectual, networking, and institutions (Inouye & McAlpine, 2017). When it comes to intellectual aspect it refers to their independent research and study style. Allowing and individual to gather there information of their topic on their own while developing their voice. Another nugget and impotance will be networking ability to reach to outside sources, people, and teams best your faulty to add to your research and it helps understanding and synthesize different perspectives rather than one voice.
While transformation takes time to become comfortable and allowing self to evolve into a an independent researcher is more as a transformational learning. Mezirow (1997) describes transformational learning as “it is a change that consist of framework ((Coffman et al., 2016). Extends the process as transformative learning requiring individuals’ perspective” (p.5). learning anything new takes time and can create on to doubt or believe that it is even possible. Garcia and Yao, (2019) Walks us through better understanding educational learning one is transforming to become an independent researcher your start to question your identity. The beauty of a community that can offer support as working online can be a lonely journey. Online learning is growing rapidly while it takes time to transition and the best way would be connecting with groups at are aligned. If a doctoral goal is to continue a path of transformational learning socializing within their community to find success as an expert in their focus field and build a support group. It has been shown that while early socializing is key to a research and doctoral student’s success and can be accomplished by various means and platforms such as face-to-face communication, conferences, feedback from professors, peers, and other scholars (Garcia & Yao, 2019). This communication is important to the development and transformation of students into scholars by being afforded the opportunity to internalize various perspectives that may be different, and in some cases contradictory to a student’s own beliefs or understandings. Networking enables doctoral students to work as a part of a team where they grow through networking and feedback. Inouye and McAlpine (2017) highlight the importance of socializing through networking and feedback (Inouye & McAlpine, 2017). They also highlight that it is important for doctoral students to be able to accept criticism and negative feedback in order to develop effectively and efficiently. In some cases, scholarly students are afraid of negative feedback, it may promote a negative affect that could detrimental to their success as a student. In order to succeed they should be willing to accept negative feedback or criticism as a positive.
Thus, it is imperative to better understand how education doctoral students make sense of their identity and role within their new online scholarly community in order to better support their scholarly identity development. Specifically, we seek to answer the question, “how do higher education doctoral students develop their scholarly identity within an online doctoral seminar course?”
The imperative of understanding the online context is driven by the continuous growth of online education. Since the early 2000’s, online learning in higher education has made substantial gains in terms of enrollment.
Student scholars who wish to be successful as academic scholars should focus on establishing their scholarly identity and ability to socialize with a network and community of practice. A student whose focus is to develop their identity on their own is going to struggle and may never achieve scholarship. Networking, CoP’s, and feedback are essential to growth as a student and a scholar. Socializing with other students and faculties allows students to grow and develop. It will allow the student scholars to view different perspectives to better form their own arguments, strengthen their position, and even offer an opportunity for them to change their position. It will allow them to refine their skills as they develop their scholarly trajectory in their transformation towards a scholarly identity. Garcia and Yao (2019), Coffman et al. (2016), and Inouye and McAlpine (2017) conceptualize the importance of communication and developing a scholarly identity through qualitative research to identify how to transform from a student into a scholar. Further quantitative research must be accomplished to identify how socializing effects doctoral student progression and development.
this is the follow up of the five that I’m completing instructions:
synthesis is the act of creating something new from multiple existing entities. Synthesis of research, then, is creating a new idea from existing ideas. Synthesis of research is not a single innate skill. Rather, it is a process learned through time and practice. At the doctoral level, writing is a continual process of revision as learners improve skills and build subject matter expertise.
In Topic 5, you submitted a Synthesis Paper and received both feedback from your instructor and a grade for your work. In this assignment, you will expand upon your original paper with additional research from additional sources, incorporate feedback from your instructor, and provide a reflection section addressing your revision process.
Use the following to ensure successful completion of the assignment:
Locate the Synthesis Paper you completed in Topic 5 and the feedback provided by your instructor.
Locate and download the Revised Synthesis Paper Supplemental Articles List
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
Doctoral learners are required to use APA style for their writing assignments. The APA Style Guide is located in the Student Success Center.
Refer to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association for specific guidelines related to doctoral-level writing. The manual contains essential information on manuscript structure and content, clear and concise writing, and academic grammar and usage.
You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Refer to the LopesWrite Technical Support articles for assistance.
Locate the Synthesis Paper you completed in Topic 5. Using the feedback provided by your instructor and information from the two additional articles you selected, write an Enhanced Synthesis Paper with Reflection (1,250-1,800 words). Include the following in your paper:
A Reflection (250-300 words) in which you discuss your revision process and how you incorporated your instructor’s feedback into the revised version. Like the format of an abstract, this section will receive its own page following the title page and preceding the Introduction.
An introduction that provides context for the topic. This includes presenting a clear thesis statement.
Support for your identified themes with evidence from each original article. You must also incorporate additional support from sources included on the supplemental articles list. Synthesize your discussion of the topic to support your thesis.
A conclusion that demonstrates support of your thesis statement, brief summary of the main points from your two themes, and recommendations for future research on the topic.
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