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Webinar: Methodologically Speaking, What Do We Think Scholar-Practitioners Need to Know?
Monday, September 21, 2020, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
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Webinar: Methodologically Speaking, What Do We Think
Scholar-Practitioners Need to Know?

This webinar will facilitate a discussion focusing on the need for a research methods curriculum in an applied education doctorate, and how this curriculum is made distinct and applicable for the practitioner-scholar. During the webinar, presenters will share their own instructional journeys with designing and teaching research methods and data analysis to online doctoral students.

Participants will be invited to share their own views on and approaches to teaching, practicing, and applying all things methods related in their respective EdD program.

At the end of the session, we hope that facilitators and participants, together, will have a deeper understand of relevant scholar-practitioner methods competencies for an applied doctorate, ways to teach these topics to an audience of practitioner-scholars, and share ideas for activities, projects, and other hands-on kinds of learning strategies.

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About the Presenter
Carey Borkoski

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Carey Borkoski is an Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University where she holds a faculty appointment with the School of Education and teaches research methods and advises doctoral students in the online EdD program. Her research explores the role of communities, bridging media like podcasts and TedTalks, and storytelling in facilitating student onboarding, promoting deeper learning, and mitigating anxiety around learning and engaging in often unfamiliar academic spaces.

Her research focuses on understanding the barriers and supports for cultivating our personal and communal sense of belonging. In particular she works to identify strategies that most effectively cultivate belonging in our learning communities and is currently working on research to understand the onboarding and development of first-year doctoral students in online programs.

Carey has shared her work in a variety of publications and at several national conferences. She has been invited to share her own journey to belonging as well as her research and teaching related to community building and belonging with audiences of students, teachers, community members, and leaders.