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The Colloquia Philosophy : Scaffolding for a Transformative Learning Experience

  title={The Colloquia Philosophy : Scaffolding for a Transformative Learning Experience},
  • Published 2006
Golde and Walker (2005) state that the purpose of doctoral education is “to educate and prepare those to whom we can entrust the vigor, quality, and integrity of the field.” (p. 5). Graduates of doctoral programs become “stewards of the disciplines” in which they practice (Thombs, et al., 2004, p. 13). Viewed from the perspective of the recognized tasks of any university (Shapiro, 2005), Capella’s doctoral program seeks to advance and transmit knowledge while preserving the essence of graduate… Expand


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