This discussion is the fourth in a series in this course in which you focus your post and responses within your specialization.
No matter how well organized you are, the process of thoroughly investigating a specific topic can turn out to be messy, with unexpected discoveries and unanticipated twists. Of course, that is part of the reason that the investigation is worth doing: you have the opportunity to learn something you did not know before.
For your initial post in this discussion, address the following:
Reflect on what you have learned about the process of earning a doctoral degree. For your initial post, address the following questions:
A large part of your growth as a scholar-practitioner will come as a result of your ability to use your writing as a vehicle for critical thinking. Already in this course, you have completed an assessment of your writing skills (Unit 2), you have posted your ideas and responses to peers in discussions, and you have turned in a written assignment designed to follow a particular structure (Unit 4).
In this discussion, you will reflect on what you know about your current level of writing, including what you have learned from your experiences in this course and from the feedback you have received. Address the following in your post:
Considering all of these sources of feedback, along with your own judgment, identify what you see as the three most important aspects of writing that you feel a need to improve. Provide a specific example for each aspect and describe a location in the Capella Writing Center where each aspect is addressed.