ERIC Number: EJ942495
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2010
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Reference Count: 21
The Scholar-Practitioner Concept and Its Implications for Self-Renewal: A Doctoral Student's Perspective
Herbet, Terri R.
Scholar-Practitioner Quarterly, v4 n1 p33-41 Win 2010
There are basically two types of educators in the educational community: those that have become embittered and unable to remain effective, and those that continue to remain passionate learners. The scholar-practitioner model offers an opportunity for self-renewal, as experienced by one doctoral student finding herself at a point where she had to decide which type she would identify with. The zeal of scholarly work, when placed within the confines of practice, will sustain the flames of learning, even as one moves through change.
Descriptors: Teachers, Administrators, Doctoral Programs, Models, Professional Development, Higher Education, Leaders
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