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Identify the discussion questions/prompts in the Main Forum for the module.
Identify the concepts, principles, theories, and other information in the course readings, lectures, and other resources that relate to the discussion questions/prompts.
Locate at least one scholarly research source which supports your initial response to each question/prompt. The reference may come from the module readings.
Write an initial substantive response of 250 words in length. Begin your response with a restatement of the question/prompt, and include in-text citation(s) and a reference for each scholarly source used according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide located in the Student Success Center. The restatement of the question/prompt, the references, and the citations are not included in your response word count.
Contribute to discussion by posting at least one substantive response to another learner's post on 3 days of the module. Respond in a manner that initiates or contributes to discussion.
Pick one area of the Doctoral Dispositions where you see yourself as having the most potential. Post it and explain why and how you will develop that disposition and what help you will require to do so.
College of Doctoral Studies
At Grand Canyon University, Doctoral Learners:
• Are committed Practitioner-Scholars, passionate about their field, who become leaders in the disciplines and communities they serve.
• Are self-directed learners, able to self-motivate toward their continued pursuit of knowledge.
• Value critical thinking and feedback, possessing an openness to new ideas, ready to challenge assumptions and consider other viewpoints.
• Are committed to reflective practice, asking questions of both self and others.
• Understand and know how to communicate effectively.
• Are committed to producing scholarly research that is ethical and academically honest through asking questions, solving problems, and enhancing performance in their professional roles in order to contribute locally and globally to their field of study.