The Hidden Curriculum In Doctoral Education

Author: Dely L. Elliot
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030414973
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This book explores the concept of the ‘hidden curriculum’ within doctoral education. It highlights the unofficial channels of genuine learning typically acquired by doctoral students independent of the physical and metaphorical walls of academia. The doctorate is a huge and complex undertaking which requires a range of support beyond academic foundations. The exchange between official and hidden curricula is therefore key, not just for achieving the qualification, but to also achieve transformative growth. This book offers a framework for a ‘doctoral learning ecology model’ to scaffold learning and sustain wellbeing by leveraging both formal and hidden curricula. This illuminating book will be of interest and value to doctoral researchers, supervisors, and mentors.

The Hidden Curriculum In Higher Education

Author: Eric Margolis
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415927598
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This text includes original essays focusing on every aspect of the hidden curriculum, from sexism in science departments to the politics of the dissertation committee to the training of capitalism's foot soldiers by business schools.

The Hidden Curriculum In Health Professional Education

Author: Frederic W. Hafferty
Editor: Dartmouth College Press
ISBN: 1611686601
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The hidden curriculum (HC) in health professional education comprises the organizational and institutional contexts and cultural subtexts that shape how and what students learn outside the formal and intended curriculum. HC includes informal social processes such as role modeling, informal conversations and interactions among faculty and students, and more subterranean forces of organizational life such as the structure of power and privilege and the architectural layout of work environments. For better and sometimes for worse, HC functions as a powerful vehicle for learning and requires serious attention from health professions educators. This volume, of interest to medical and health professionals, educators, and students, brings together twenty-two new essays by experts in various aspects of HC. An introduction and conclusion by the editors contextualizes the essays in the broader history and literature of the field.

The Hidden Curriculum

Author: Rachel Gable
Editor: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691190763
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A revealing look at the experiences of first generation students on elite campuses and the hidden curriculum they must master in order to succeed College has long been viewed as an opportunity for advancement and mobility for talented students regardless of background. Yet for first generation students, elite universities can often seem like bastions of privilege, with unspoken academic norms and social rules. The Hidden Curriculum draws on more than one hundred in-depth interviews with students at Harvard and Georgetown to offer vital lessons about the challenges of being the first in the family to go to college, while also providing invaluable insights into the hurdles that all undergraduates face. As Rachel Gable follows two cohorts of first generation students and their continuing generation peers, she discovers surprising similarities as well as striking differences in their college experiences. She reveals how the hidden curriculum at legacy universities often catches first generation students off guard, and poignantly describes the disorienting encounters on campus that confound them and threaten to derail their success. Gable shows how first-gens are as varied as any other demographic group, and urges universities to make the most of the diverse perspectives and insights these talented students have to offer. The Hidden Curriculum gives essential guidance on the critical questions that university leaders need to consider as they strive to support first generation students on campus, and demonstrates how universities can balance historical legacies and elite status with practices and policies that are equitable and inclusive for all students.

A Field Guide To Grad School

Author: Jessica McCrory Calarco
Editor: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691201102
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An essential handbook to the unwritten and often unspoken knowledge and skills you need to succeed in grad school Some of the most important things you need to know in order to succeed in graduate school—like how to choose a good advisor, how to get funding for your work, and whether to celebrate or cry when a journal tells you to revise and resubmit an article—won’t be covered in any class. They are part of a hidden curriculum that you are just expected to know or somehow learn on your own—or else. In this comprehensive survival guide for grad school, Jessica McCrory Calarco walks you through the secret knowledge and skills that are essential for navigating every critical stage of the postgraduate experience, from deciding whether to go to grad school in the first place to finishing your degree and landing a job. An invaluable resource for every prospective and current grad student in any discipline, A Field Guide to Grad School will save you grief—and help you thrive—in school and beyond. Provides invaluable advice about how to: Choose and apply to a graduate program Stay on track in your program Publish and promote your work Get the most out of conferences Navigate the job market Balance teaching, research, service, and life

The Future Of Doctoral Research

Author: Anne Lee
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1000330591
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This book explores the future of doctoral research and what it means to be involved in all stages of the process, providing international insights into what’s changing, why it’s changing and how to work best with these changes. It looks at the key issues that have been thrown into sharp relief by crises such as world pandemics. Drawing on work from outstanding authors, this book shows the ways in which the doctoral process has altered the supervisor/supervisee model and the challenges that now need to be managed, and demonstrates the importance of aligning all the stakeholders, systems and processes to ensure a successful future for doctoral education. Bringing together a range of perspectives, innovative practices and rigorous research, this book tackles topics such as: how doctoral research changes in keeping with the global expansion and transformation of doctoral education programmes the significant influence funding bodies – be they charities, governments, businesses or non-governmental agencies – can have on doctoral research the extent to which doctoral research penetrates daily life and vice versa how to encourage and embed an ethical approach to research, as well as university responses to external challenges. Uniquely international and bringing together the many stakeholders in the research business, this book is essential reading for all doctoral supervisors, candidates and anyone involved in designing or organising research programmes for early career researchers and doctoral students.

The Hidden Curriculum

Author: Richard Nichols Cowell
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The Hidden Curriculum

Author: Benson R. Snyder
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Description And Analysis Of The Hidden Curriculum In Physical Education

Author: Linda L. Bain
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Expansion Or Reproduction In Doctoral Education

Author: Tina M. R. Falkner
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The Hidden Curriculum Of Online Learning

Author: Murat Öztok
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1000586960
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Challenging the current understandings of equity and social justice in the field of online education, The Hidden Curriculum of Online Learning analyses how cultural hegemony creates unfair learning experiences through cultural differences. It argues that such inequitable learning experiences are not random acts but rather represent the existing inequities in society at large through cultural reproduction. Based on an ethnographic work, the book discusses the concept of social absence (in relation to social presence) to discuss how individuals perform their identities within group contexts and to create awareness of social justice issues in online education. It draws upon critical pedagogy and cultural studies to show that while online learning spaces are frequently promoted by local or federal governments and higher education institutions as overwhelmingly inclusive and democratic, these premises do not operate with uniformity across all student cohorts. The Hidden Curriculum of Online Learning It will be of great interest to academics, post-graduate students, and researchers in the fields of digital learning and inclusion, education research, and cultural studies.

The Hidden Curriculum

Author: Brenda Smith Myles
Editor: AAPC Publishing
ISBN: 1931282609
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Offers advice and suggestions for acceptable social skills for individuals with social-cognitive problems.

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Research Quarterly

Author: American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
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Culture Shock And The Practice Of Profession

Author: Virginia Anderson
Editor: Hampton Press (NJ)
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Steps into the debate about how doctoral programs should prepare students for the profession.

Influences Of The Hidden Curriculum Upon The Perspectives Of Music Student Teachers

Author: Patti J. Krueger
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Masterful Subjects Ambivalent Academics

Author: Juliann M. Getchell
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Re Producing Difference

Author: E. Esthela Bañuelos
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Historically Black Colleges And Universities

Author: Marybeth Gasman
Editor: Palgrave MacMillan
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Historically Black colleges and universities play a vital role in the education of African Americans in the United States. For nearly 150 years, these institutions have trained the leadership of the Black community, graduating the nation’s African American teachers, doctors, lawyers, and scientists. Despite the wealth of new research on Black colleges, there are topics that remain untouched and accomplishments that go unnoticed by the scholarly community. The chapters in this edited volume focus on topics that deserve further attention and that will push students, scholars, policymakers, and Black college administrators to reexamine their perspectives on and perceptions of Black colleges.

Envisioning The Future Of Doctoral Education

Author: Chris M. Golde
Editor: Jossey-Bass
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This book contains essays on the topic of the importance of graduate education written by scholars from across all disciplines. It brings together new and invigorating ideas about the doctorate, some of which may be unique to their discipline, but equally applicable across the fields.