What I learned from University Of Phoenix Morning One

These are things that I learned on my first day of residency for year 3 residency at the University of Phoenix for the Doctoral Program on Day 1 from the instructor.  Most of these are directly from the instructor.  
  • I know good stuff that you need to know. 
  • Just finish your dissertation.  Then later do more. 
  • Your dissertation should not use the word must or should. 
  • Dissertations have a specific language that you need to learn.  
  • Use your research vocabulary words.
  • Residency is very intense and draining
  • You’re going to write your chapter 1 the best you can for your proposal but you know you will get back to it. 
  • Just get in the pool and swim.
  • There is a pre-residency assignment.  Complete it but don’t worry about putting too much work into it. 
  • It’s only easy after you learn it. 
  • I played a lot of mahjong. 
  • Alternative Viewpoint- Who is right?  I don’t know?  You are both right.
  • Age brings knowledge
  • Focus – What you learn quickly.  The focus of my dissertation is to understand who should take online classes.
  • The biggest reason to complete your dissertation is to graduate; it would be nice if also it helped leaders and society.
  • We can all offer our opinions and thoughts as scholarly debate, but your dissertation chair is the post important. 
  • Don’t forget that you are already an expert at many things.  Use them in your residency.
  • We don’t care what you think in Chapters 1-4. In Chapter 5, that is when we want to hear what you think.
  • You can write whatever you want on your drafts of your dissertation.  After you have everything written down, then start chapter two. 


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