Call for October 2018 Learning Exchanges
THEME: MENTORING AND ADVISING OUR STUDENTS & OURSELVES
The theme of October’s convening reminds CPED members that mentoring and advising in EdD programs needs to be vastly different in many ways from what occurs in traditional doctoral programs—focusing first and foremost on the needs of our students as scholarly practitioners. During this convening, we will discuss the demands, challenges, and rewards this type of mentoring and advising brings to faculty and to EdD program (re)designs.
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Convening & Registration Information
Exploring and Expanding the Concept of Rigor in CPED-Inspired EdD Programs
Facilitators: Kofi Lomotey & Jess Weiler, Western Carolina University
This workshop is built on research and institutional knowledge uncovered about rigor in our CPED-influenced program and programs across our nation. This workshop is timely because of the continuous pressure EdD programs are under to illustrate/document that they are as rigorous as PhD programs. In this workshop participants will have opportunities to:
regard to rigor;
contribute to and extend the existing understanding of rigor as it applies to the CPED-inspired, education doctorate;
understand how to re-engineer programs with rigor and integrate CPED’s principles into this process;
gain ideas for framing, communicating and ultimately defending the rigorous nature of programs to stakeholders;
learn from others who have lessons to share from engaging in similar work or who, through program improvement and/or CPED alignment, have developed programs with clearly articulated and illustrated indicators of rigor;
participate in a discussion regarding appropriate next steps.
This workshop will be collaborative in the truest sense of the word.
Using Protocols to Support the Dissertation-in-Practice Experience
Facilitator: Nancy Fichtman Dana, University of Florida
As a follow up to her June convening large group learning exchange focused on the use of protocols to facilitate productive conversations about the professional practice doctorate, join Nancy Fichtman Dana in this workshop to explore the ways protocols can be used within EdD programs themselves with a particular focus on supporting EdD students through several critical junctures in their Dissertation-in-Practice journeys. We’ll briefly explore one model for actualizing CPED principles within the dissertation-in-practice experience to contextualize the session, and subsequently learn several protocols designed to help EdD students: (1) explore problems of practice, (2) select a problem of practice for study, (3) frame the problem as a research question, (4) develop a plan for study, and (5) analyze data.
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Early Bird Registration (Until Sept .28) $150
Late Registration $225
*Registration closes Oct. 12, 2018
Marriott Properties (Book by Sept. 29, 2018)
Residence Inn $133 per night
Springhill Suites $133 per night
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Hilton Properties (Book by Sept. 29, 2018)
Hampton Inn & Suites Glendale/Westgate $129 per night
Home 2 Suites Glendale/Westgate $129 per night
*Shuttle service between hotels and the CPED Convening venue will be provided.
The West Campus of Arizona Sate University is approximately a 25 – 30-minute drive from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (in light/moderate traffic). While there are car rental options at the airport, there are also frequent and plentiful offerings for taxis or Uber rides around the greater Phoenix airport. Taxis or Uber rides are always quickly and readily available for getting to and from the airport, the West Campus, and hotels or other sites in the Northwest Phoenix area.
Enjoy shopping, dining, and more within walking distance of your hotel at the Westgate Entertainment District!
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Learn about Arizona State University and the 2018 October Convening:
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