How you view a problem and what you propose to effect positive change relative to the problem is closely related to your experiences and to your professional role. Individuals in different roles–for example, instructors and administrators–might explain and address the problem of poor learner engagement differently.

Perspectives of Problems

Discussion: Perspectives of Problems

 

How you view a problem and what you propose to effect positive change relative to the problem is closely related to your experiences and to your professional role. Individuals in different roles–for example, instructors and administrators–might explain and address the problem of poor learner engagement differently.

 

To prepare for this Discussion, consider which degree path (PhD, EdD, or EdS) you have selected or are strongly considering. Review the Degree Path Road Map as you consider your degree path selection.

 

In addition, think about the specialization you plan to pursue. What professional roles are associated with the degree path and specialization you have selected?

 

For this Discussion, select one of the professional roles associated with your degree and specialization. How might you address the problem in the case study based on this professional role?

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