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Nsonwu, Maura; Brewer, Chiquitia Welch; Marshall, Ashley; Durham, Lori; Jernigan, Quintara A.; Folarin, Oluwafunke; Bailey, Gary – New Horizons in Adult Education & Human Resource Development, 2020
Using "banking" and "kitchen" metaphors to illustrate the educational frameworks of Freire's banking concept and constructivist learning theory, we--students and instructor--describe an innovative pedagogical adult learning-teaching model utilized in a required course, "Qualitative Research," within the curriculum of…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Learning Theories, Qualitative Research, Graduate Students
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Minnis, Sarah E. – New Horizons in Adult Education & Human Resource Development, 2019
An important aspect of pursuing a doctoral degree is committing to developing a portfolio of academic scholarship that will showcase your research interests and demonstrate your capability as a writer. Although many doctoral students may not consider writing time outside of classes to be a priority during their program, it is vital that they…
Descriptors: Doctoral Degrees, Doctoral Students, Writing Skills, Portfolios (Background Materials)
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Gittings, Glenn; Bergman, Matt; Shuck, Brad; Rose, Kevin – New Horizons in Adult Education & Human Resource Development, 2018
Doctoral students typically represent a highly educated group of students that have demonstrated the academic aptitude to successfully complete multiple degrees. Yet, research has continually shown that 40%-60% of doctoral students do not persist to graduate (Allum & Okahana, 2015; Bowen & Rudenstine, 1992). The purpose of this study was…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Graduate Students, Student Characteristics, Academic Persistence