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This study in teacher education looked at the development of discerning educators capable of high standards of writing through investigating the self-regulatory thinking required within a praxis inquiry learning process.

‘Thinking about thinking’ was used without an understanding of its cognitive complexity as a concept and skill connected to hierarchies of thinking within writing genres in praxis inquiry. Metacognition’s

Conclusions reached were that cognitive analysis within metacognition and dialogic reflection skills in praxis inquiry learning lead to higher standards of writing, and, that a hierarchy of thinking skills exists in praxis writing genres from descriptive to theorising. Insights

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They varied in topic and format: “Connection Corners” were short round-table discussions twice a day with focused conversations on ‘beefing up your CV’, the grant writing process, developing a catchy elevator speech, and leveraging non-NIH funding.

Both the EPI-Prevention and Lifestyle councils had lunchtime panels at the end of their annual business lunches, and had the audience asking questions about avoiding burnout in academia and global collaboration in cardiovascular research.

The panel conversation, led by Dr. Emelia Benjamin, started with finding your niche as an early career investigator, and developed into a great discussion on building a mentoring team and planning your own path.

Your institution will have a number of resources including a faculty affairs office or an ombudsman and possibly a mentoring program that will help you find a mentor that best fits with your needs.

That means giving thought to your research goals, planning the steps to get there, and using their expertise and experience to provide direction and improve your process.

Zerzan, MD MPH and coauthors discuss “managing up” and how to take responsibility for your half of the mentor-mentee relationship in “Making the Most of Mentors: A Guide for Mentees.” Earlier this year, Dr. David Werho wrote about sponsorship versus mentoring in his 2-part article “When Mentoring Isn’t Enough”.

Read Part 1 and Part 2 to learn about why dependability pays off, how to diversify and be the protégé you want, and why it’s worth it to do your homework.’ One is the Loneliest Number Another solution to mentor woes is creating a mentor network.

This structure is explicit in career development grants, where the primary mentor supports your career development initiatives, and the content and methods experts support your training goals.

The panel emphasized that as an early career investigator, it’s imperative to utilize this time to identify and achieve the additional training you see as important to your overall career goals.

Dr. Emelia Benjamin, who provides mentoring support to early career faculty at Boston University, gave us 2 homework assignments to help us plan our way.

A 1-page personal statement makes a powerful addition to your CV, and the journey to this final product will help you learn to tell your story as a connected arc, rather than a zig-zag path jumping from topic to topic.

The evolution of your research niche from project to project is hardly evident in your publication list, but through narration and self-reflection you can illustrate your approach to the scientific process and summarize where you might go next.

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