Emerging Directions in Doctoral Education.

By: Blessinger, PatrickContributor(s): Stockley, DeniseMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandInnovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning: Publisher: Bradford, West Yorkshire : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016Description: 1 online resource (346 p.)ISBN: 9781785601347Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Emerging Directions in Doctoral EducationDDC classification: 378.155 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Emerging Directions in Doctoral Education -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Foreword -- Series Editor's Introduction -- Part I: Concepts and Principles -- Innovative Approaches in Doctoral Education: An Introduction to Emerging Directions in Doctoral Education -- Introduction -- Reshaping the Doctoral Landscape -- Increasing Diversity of Doctoral Programs -- Successes, Opportunities, and Challenges -- Theoretical Framing -- Chapter Overviews -- Conclusion -- References -- Doctoral Education for the Future: Through the Looking Glass -- Focus
What Is the Role of Doctoral Education? -- The Agency of Innovation -- Observations from a Small University -- Bringing Out the Best in What You Have -- Potential for Peer-Led Pedagogy -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Scholar-in-Training -- Leader-in-Training: The Rutgers University PreDoctoral Leadership Development Institute -- Introduction -- Doctoral Student Leadership Development -- The PLDI Program -- Conceptualizing Leadership -- Communication -- Collaboration -- General and Context-Specific Concepts -- PLDI History -- PLDI Stakeholders -- Faculty -- Mentors -- Fellows
PLDI Program Vision and Framework -- Overview of the PLDI Program -- The Context of Higher Education Leadership: Semesters 1 and 2 -- Mentoring: Semester 3 -- Capstone Project: Semester 4 -- Exploring a Current Issue -- Group Dynamics and Organizational Skills -- Communicating to an Interdisciplinary Audience -- Competencies in Conflict and Compromise -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Managing the Psychological Contract within Doctoral Supervisory Relationships -- Introduction -- Higher Education Context: Impact on Students and Supervisors -- Doctoral Study
The PC: Its Application to the Study of Doctoral Student-Supervisor Relationships -- Methodology -- A Focus Group Study of Students and Supervisors -- A National UK Survey of Students and Supervisors -- Findings -- A Focus Group Study of Students and Supervisors -- A National UK Survey of Students and Supervisors -- Some Personal Autoethnographic Experiences -- Experimenting with Questionnaires to Clarify Expectations and Obligations -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Appendix A: Extracts from Part-Time PHD Student's Response to Initial Questionnaire -- Expectations -- Obligations
Appendix B: Psychological Contracts - Comparing Student and Supervisor Responses -- Appendix C: Psychological Contract form for Doctoral Supervision Relationships -- What Is the Psychological Contract? -- How Do You Use This Form to Identify PCs? -- How Do You Complete This Form? -- Part II: Successful Practices -- Disciplinarity Issues in Educational Technology Doctoral Supervision -- Introduction -- Problematising Disciplinarity -- The Study -- Data Collection -- Data Analysis -- Findings -- Supervisors' Academic Identities
Supervisor Reports of Supervisor-supervisee Academic Identity Differences
Summary: This volume examines how universities and colleges around the world are developing innovative ways to provide doctoral education, including new theories and models of doctoral education and the impact of changes in government and/or accreditation policy on practices in doctoral education.
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Front Cover -- Emerging Directions in Doctoral Education -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Foreword -- Series Editor's Introduction -- Part I: Concepts and Principles -- Innovative Approaches in Doctoral Education: An Introduction to Emerging Directions in Doctoral Education -- Introduction -- Reshaping the Doctoral Landscape -- Increasing Diversity of Doctoral Programs -- Successes, Opportunities, and Challenges -- Theoretical Framing -- Chapter Overviews -- Conclusion -- References -- Doctoral Education for the Future: Through the Looking Glass -- Focus

What Is the Role of Doctoral Education? -- The Agency of Innovation -- Observations from a Small University -- Bringing Out the Best in What You Have -- Potential for Peer-Led Pedagogy -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Scholar-in-Training -- Leader-in-Training: The Rutgers University PreDoctoral Leadership Development Institute -- Introduction -- Doctoral Student Leadership Development -- The PLDI Program -- Conceptualizing Leadership -- Communication -- Collaboration -- General and Context-Specific Concepts -- PLDI History -- PLDI Stakeholders -- Faculty -- Mentors -- Fellows

PLDI Program Vision and Framework -- Overview of the PLDI Program -- The Context of Higher Education Leadership: Semesters 1 and 2 -- Mentoring: Semester 3 -- Capstone Project: Semester 4 -- Exploring a Current Issue -- Group Dynamics and Organizational Skills -- Communicating to an Interdisciplinary Audience -- Competencies in Conflict and Compromise -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Managing the Psychological Contract within Doctoral Supervisory Relationships -- Introduction -- Higher Education Context: Impact on Students and Supervisors -- Doctoral Study

The PC: Its Application to the Study of Doctoral Student-Supervisor Relationships -- Methodology -- A Focus Group Study of Students and Supervisors -- A National UK Survey of Students and Supervisors -- Findings -- A Focus Group Study of Students and Supervisors -- A National UK Survey of Students and Supervisors -- Some Personal Autoethnographic Experiences -- Experimenting with Questionnaires to Clarify Expectations and Obligations -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Appendix A: Extracts from Part-Time PHD Student's Response to Initial Questionnaire -- Expectations -- Obligations

Appendix B: Psychological Contracts - Comparing Student and Supervisor Responses -- Appendix C: Psychological Contract form for Doctoral Supervision Relationships -- What Is the Psychological Contract? -- How Do You Use This Form to Identify PCs? -- How Do You Complete This Form? -- Part II: Successful Practices -- Disciplinarity Issues in Educational Technology Doctoral Supervision -- Introduction -- Problematising Disciplinarity -- The Study -- Data Collection -- Data Analysis -- Findings -- Supervisors' Academic Identities

Supervisor Reports of Supervisor-supervisee Academic Identity Differences

This volume examines how universities and colleges around the world are developing innovative ways to provide doctoral education, including new theories and models of doctoral education and the impact of changes in government and/or accreditation policy on practices in doctoral education.

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Edited by Patrick Blessinger, International HETL Association, New York, USA; St. John's University, New York, USADenise Stockley, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada

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