PhD Process Reflections

I have received such helpful feedback based on my posting yesterday, “Reflective Journal for My Doctoral Studies – Do It Online?,” that I think I shall begin, somewhat carefully, sharing my daily thoughts about my journey through the process (or at least the current module). I will try to do this with political care (not mentioning colleagues by name, not giving away everything in the program, etc.) that will focus on my own developing thoughts in this process, rather than the process itself.

Of course, writing as if some of this can be considered independently is ridiculous; that is one of the things I am noticing based on our intense reading of some of Wenger and Lave’s earlier works around social learning / networked learning / communities of practice. In some ways this all makes a lot of sense, in that the very process of thinking about even writing about this publicly, with my own community’s feedback and guidance, is part of the process itself.

6 thoughts on “PhD Process Reflections

  1. I would be interested in learning more about Wenger and Lave. When you are reflecting about the program, do post about these authors as well.

  2. Great idea – so cool for us that you would share this learning and practice. I know we will enjoy the journey I hope we readers will positively contribute as we think along with you! Bravo Jeffrey!

  3. @Robin Yap

    Thank you for the comment, and this is something I have been doing as much as possible. Literally, another post about one of these authors tomorrow!


  4. @Bron Stuckey

    I appreciate any thinking along with me as possible, Bron. This is exactly the reason why I will do this here, rather than in a notebook in my desk–I can’t get any feedback from my desk!


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