How do you think your graduate educational experience will be different from your undergraduate experience? How would you describe a graduate learning community? What would be the key components of a learning community and how might they be different from key components of an undergraduate learning community? Are communication and collaboration expectations the same in a graduate learning community? Explain your response and provide examples.
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Higher education always comes with greater responsibilities and maturity. I think my graduate education will be more challenging and fascinating than my undergraduate one because I am taking specific courses for a specific field that required more research, time, and dedication.
A graduate learning community should be more professional and more supportive. This is basically one of the best opportunities that you have to build a solid network for your career. In my point of view, the key components are included: motivation and dedication, self-discipline, encouraging, and more caring to each other which is usually not the climate of the ungraduated community. From my past experience, the undergraduate students are more childish and have the tendency to compete against each other. But, in a graduate program, everyone is expected to communicate with mature and respectful students. I presume that the relationship will never be the same. Since we are surrounded by mature and professional people, communication and collaboration should be more harmonious and should be more focused on respect towards each other, the exchange of innovative and constructive ideas, constructive criticism, and mutual aid.
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Running Head: DISCUSSION
The higher you go, the more knowledgeable you become. The graduate-level is a much
higher level of learning that advances your undergraduate degree. A graduate experience will be
much different from the undergraduate experience because; undergraduate offers general
information and teach you to be a responsible employee in diverse fields. On th...