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Scholar-Practitioner Conversations

Please join us as we continue our conversation about important, thought-provoking articles from both the scholar and practitioner perspectives. We will continue our conversation about how theory can inform practice and practice can inform theory.

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Comment by Julie Benesh on November 4, 2011 at 12:31pm
I wonder if the same could be said about practitioners in other settings. Being in learning and development, while I understand the need for metrics, for example, and need to talk that talk I am NOT a "business person with a learning hat", as so may others describe themselves, but rather have a true calling for development. I shudder to think that developing my scholarly career will lead to this same dischotomy!
Comment by Julie Benesh on November 4, 2011 at 10:17am
Faculty who assess themselves based on productivity experience less professional conflict than those who are motivated by ideals, according to Reybold. To what extent does this conform (or not) to your own experience and those of your colleagues?
 

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