Residency 1

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  • Instructions The purpose of Residency 1 is to socialize beginning doctoral students into the Walden doctoral community of scholar practitioners. For the final assignment, you will write a reflection on each session, including key points that you learned, resources that you will need, and next steps for improvement to move forward with scholarly and research development.
  • Please reflect on your experience in each residency session.Use specific examples for each section noted below. Enter your answers in the tables.
  • Session 1:Skills and Resources for Success
  • Key Points I learned:
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  • Specific Resources I Will Need:
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  • Next Steps for Improvement:
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  • Session 2:Critical Thinking for Doctoral Scholarship
  • Key Points I Learned:
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  • Specific Resources I Will Need:
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  • Next Steps for Improvement:
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  • Session 3:Library Resources and Search Strategies
  • Key Points I Learned:
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  • Specific Resources I Will Need:
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  • Next Steps for Improvement:
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  • Session 4:Organizing and Analyzing Research Literature
  • Key Points I Learned:
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  • Specific Resources I Will Need:
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  • Next Steps for Improvement:
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  • Session 5:Scholarly Writing and Academic Integrity
  • Key Points I Learned:
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  • Specific Resources I Will Need:
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  • Next Steps for Improvement:
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  • Session 6:Preparing for the Dissertation Journey
  • Key Points I Learned:
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  • Specific Resources I Will Need:
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  • Next Steps for Improvement:
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  • Session 7:Introduction to APA and Writing Center Resources
  • Key Points I Learned:
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  • Specific Resources I Will Need:
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  • Next Steps for Improvement:
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  • Session 8:Application of Critical Thinking for Doctoral Scholarship
  • Key Points I Learned:
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  • Specific Resources I Will Need:
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  • Next Steps for Improvement:
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  • Residency 1
  • Final Assignment Criteria
  • 0—Element Missing
  • 1 to 2—Below Expectations
  • 3—Meets minimal expectations
  • 4 to 5--Exceeds Expectations
  • (1) Skills and Resources for Success
  • Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items
  • Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • (2) Critical Thinking for Doctoral Scholarship
  • Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items
  • Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • (3) Library Resources and Search Strategies
  • Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items
  • Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • (4) Organizing and Analyzing Research Literature
  • Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items
  • Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • (5) Scholarly Writing and Academic Integrity
  • Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items
  • Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • (6) Preparing for the Dissertation Journey
  • Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items
  • Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • (7) Introduction to APA and Writing Center Resources
  • Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items
  • Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • (8) Application of Critical Thinking for Doctoral Scholarship
  • Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items
  • Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element)
  • (9) Writing
  • Reader is not able to make sense of the materials provided.
  • Inconsistent use of standard English obstructs presentation’s clarity and the reader’s understanding of ideas and/or inconsistent use of grammar and mechanics are evident throughout presentation.
  • Consistent use of standard English and/or few inaccuracies in grammar and mechanics.
  • Use of standard English, grammar, and mechanics are at a scholarly level.












































































































Residency 1 Final Assignment and Rubric Instructions The purpose of Residency 1 is to socialize beginning doctoral students into the Walden doctoral community of scholar practitioners. For the final assignment, you will write a reflection on each session, including key points that you learned, resources that you will need, and next steps for improvement to move forward with scholarly and research development. Please reflect on your experience in each residency session. Use specific examples for each section noted below. Enter your answers in the tables. Session 1: Skills and Resources for Success Key Points I learned: Specific Resources I Will Need: Next Steps for Improvement: Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Session 2: Critical Thinking for Doctoral Scholarship Key Points I Learned: Specific Resources I Will Need: Next Steps for Improvement: Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Session 3: Library Resources and Search Strategies Key Points I Learned: Specific Resources I Will Need: Next Steps for Improvement: Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Session 4: Organizing and Analyzing Research Literature Key Points I Learned: Specific Resources I Will Need: Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Page 1 of 4 Next Steps for Improvement: Click or tap here to enter text. Session 5: Scholarly Writing and Academic Integrity Key Points I Learned: Specific Resources I Will Need: Next Steps for Improvement: Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Session 6: Preparing for the Dissertation Journey Key Points I Learned: Specific Resources I Will Need: Next Steps for Improvement: Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Session 7: Introduction to APA and Writing Center Resources Key Points I Learned: Specific Resources I Will Need: Next Steps for Improvement: Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Session 8: Application of Critical Thinking for Doctoral Scholarship Key Points I Learned: Specific Resources I Will Need: Next Steps for Improvement: Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text. Page 2 of 4 Residency 1 Final Assignment Criteria 0—Element Missing 1 to 2—Below Expectations (1) Skills and Resources for Success Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) (2) Critical Thinking for Doctoral Scholarship Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) (3) Library Resources and Search Strategies Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) (4) Organizing and Analyzing Research Literature Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) (5) Scholarly Writing and Academic Integrity Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) (6) Preparing for the Dissertation Journey Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) (7) Introduction to APA and Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer Page 3 of 4 3—Meets minimal expectations 4 to 5--Exceeds Expectations Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, Writing Center Resources (8) Application of Critical Thinking for Doctoral Scholarship (9) Writing items for any element) Session reflection is completely not present or answer of “none” is given for one or more items Minimal information provided in items in assignment (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Reader is not able to make sense of the materials provided. Inconsistent use of standard English obstructs presentation’s clarity and the reader’s understanding of ideas and/or inconsistent use of grammar and mechanics are evident throughout presentation. resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Adequate description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Thorough description of information presented in this session in terms of key points learned, resources needed, and next steps (“none” is not an acceptable answer for any element) Consistent use of standard English and/or few inaccuracies in grammar and mechanics. Use of standard English, grammar, and mechanics are at a scholarly level. Grading: Total points available=45 pts (9x5) Satisfactory (S) = All items at a score of 3 or above (Meets minimal expectations) Unsatisfactory (U) = One or more items at a score of 2 or lower (Does not meet minimal expectations) Page 4 of 4

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School: UCLA

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Residency 1 Final Assignment and Rubric
Instructions The purpose of Residency 1 is to socialize beginning doctoral
students into the Walden doctoral community of scholar-practitioners. For the final
assignment, you will write a reflection on each session, including key points that
you learned, resources that you will need, and next steps for improvement to move
forward with scholarly and research development.
Please reflect on your experience in each residency session. Use specific
examples for each section noted below. Enter your answers in the tables.
Session 1: Skills and Resources for Success
One of the key points that I learnt is that I did not
know much concerning the APA style as I thought
about it. On the other hand, I learnt the techniques
as well as the ways of coming up with an effective
schedule of managing time. Moreover, I will be
Key Points I learned:
embracing Walden’s templates every time that
they are available to me. I as well learnt that the
reason for my presence in Walden University goes
further as opposed to my initial thinking prior to
enrolling into the institution.
Being organized will aid in my management of
time as well as the value of my work. Elsewhere,
for me to improve on my grades, my next step will
Specific Resources I Will
be altering my workspace back at home to ensure
Need:
that it does not get disorderly. On the other hand, I
will embrace bookmarking more so in the Library
as well as other resources so as to keep myself on
track.
Being organized will aid in my management of
time as well as the value of my work. Elsewhere,
for me to improve on my grades, my next step will
Next Steps for
be altering my workspace back at home to ensure
Improvement:
that it does not get disorderly. On the other hand, I
will embrace bookmarking more so in the Library
as well as other resources so as to keep myself on
track.
Page 1 of 10

Session 2: Critical Thinking for Doctoral Scholarship
I l left the Residency with a broad comprehension
as pertains the issue of critical thinking.
Key Points I Learned:
Additionally, I learnt that the issue of critical
thinking is not achieved in just one or two days but
one takes time to transform his or her manner of
thinking.
Specific Resources I Will
I will make use of Walden University’s resources
Need:
such as the writing center as well as the Library.

Next Steps for
Improvement:

I will ensure that I learn as much as I can as
pertains the resources that are offered by the
University of Walden to its students. These
resources include the university’s writing center as
well as the library. All options in the institution are
held by the two resources.

Session 3: Library Resources and Search Strategies
I learnt that whenever “Future Research” is found
in a study article, it implies that there does exist a
Key Points I Learned:
gap in that study. Moreover, I learnt that the
button that exists on the bottom of the article that
I located in the database of the Walden Library
brings up the whole version of the ...

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