Becoming a scholar-practitioner requires an enlightened awareness of ones strengths and areas
of development relative to the Student Affairs profession. To facilitate this process, you will
have an opportunity to reflect on your values, interests, and abilities in relation to the assigned
readings each week. You will submit four journal entries throughout the semester. These journal entries are intended to provide you with an opportunity to engage in self-reflection, refine some of your goals, and articulate learning outcomes you hope to achieve during your tenure in the Higher Education & Student Affairs Administration program. You are welcome to use the following prompts to guide your reflection, but are not limited to these questions:
- What new insights do you have about yourself?
- To what extent do the readings inform the personal, academic, or professional goals you
hope to achieve?
- To what extent do the readings inform how you will approach your role as a
scholar-practitioner in student affairs?
- How have the readings contributed to your personal transformation (i.e., belief system,
sense of identity, relationship with others)?
- What new or unanswered questions would you like to explore during your tenure in the
Higher Education & Student Affairs Administration program?
Your Scholar-Practitioner Journal entries do not need to exceed more than one (1) single-spaced
page and adhere to APA style (i.e., 12-point, Times New Roman font with one-inch page margins). Your completion of journal entries will determine whether you receive full credit or no credit this assignment.
This paper is about my journey and what I am learning working as a higher ed professional.
I will upload my previous scholar practtioner journal so you can have an idea and flow of my writing style and what they shoudl look like