Lynn McAlpine mainly focuses on Pedagogy, Doctoral education, Agency, Identity and Mathematics education. His work in Pedagogy is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Value. The Doctoral education study combines topics in areas such as Media studies and Tracking.
His study looks at the relationship between Identity and topics such as Self-concept, which overlap with Framing and Gender studies. His studies deal with areas such as Identity development, Learning development and Faculty development as well as Mathematics education. Lynn McAlpine works mostly in the field of Career development, limiting it down to concerns involving Construct and, occasionally, Qualitative research and Cognitive reframing.
His primary scientific interests are in Pedagogy, Public relations, Mathematics education, Identity and Doctoral education. His research on Pedagogy frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Agency. Public relations and Value are frequently intertwined in his study.
His works in Formative assessment and Teaching method are all subjects of inquiry into Mathematics education. His research in Identity intersects with topics in Self-concept and Construct. In Doctoral education, Lynn McAlpine works on issues like Discipline, which are connected to Meaning, Gender studies and Action.
Lynn McAlpine focuses on Public relations, Early career, Identity, Social psychology and Pedagogy. The concepts of his Public relations study are interwoven with issues in Perception, Career development, Agency and Value. His Value research includes themes of Teamwork, Qualitative research, Cross-national research and Knowledge management.
His work investigates the relationship between Identity and topics such as Self-efficacy that intersect with problems in Self-concept and Credibility. His research integrates issues of Comparative education and Doctoral education in his study of Social psychology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Semi-structured interview and Supervisor.
His main research concerns Identity, Social psychology, Pedagogy, Gender studies and Well-being. Lynn McAlpine has researched Identity in several fields, including Credibility, Career development and Public relations. He has included themes like Comparative education, Originality, Value, Meaning and Construct in his Social psychology study.
His Pedagogy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Semi-structured interview, Supervisor and Mechanism. His work deals with themes such as Professional development, Agency, Content analysis and Graduate students, which intersect with Semi-structured interview. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Gender studies and Early career in his work.
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Analyzing Interview Data: The Development and Evolution of a Coding System
Cynthia Weston;Terry Gandell;Jacinthe Beauchamp;Lynn McAlpine.
Qualitative Sociology (2001)
Reframing Our Approach to Doctoral Programs: An Integrative Framework for Action and Research.
Lynn McAlpine;Judith Norton.
Higher Education Research & Development (2006)
Building a Metacognitive Model of Reflection.
L. McAlpine;C. Weston;C. Beauchamp;C. Wiseman.
Higher Education (1999)
The PhD Experience: A Review of the Factors Influencing Doctoral Students’ Completion, Achievement, and Well-Being
Anna Sverdlik;Nathan C. Hall;Lynn McAlpine;Kyle Hubbard.
International Journal of Doctoral Studies (2018)
Identity and agency: pleasures and collegiality among the challenges of the doctoral journey
Lynn McAlpine;Cheryl Amundsen.
Studies in Continuing Education (2009)
Doctoral student experience in Education:Activities and difficulties influencing identity development
Lynn McAlpine;Marian Jazvac‐Martek;Nick Hopwood.
International Journal for Researcher Development (2009)
‘Learning supervision’: trial by fire
Cheryl Amundsen;Lynn McAlpine.
Innovations in Education and Teaching International (2009)
Identity-Trajectory: Reframing Early Career Academic Experience.
Lynn McAlpine;Cheryl Amundsen;Gill Turner.
British Educational Research Journal (2014)
The Dissertation as Multi-Genre: Many Readers, Many Readings
Anthony Par;Doreen Starke-Meyerring;Lynn McAlpine.
Becoming an Academic
Gerlese Akerlind;Lynn McAlpine.
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