Master’s Degree Plan
Given-Name Surname
UIN 666000666
Liberal and Integrative Studies, University of Illinois, Springfield
Draft for LNT Committee’s Approval, December 2022
Degree Title
Street Address
Peoria, Illinois 61614-5342
217-206-7376
[email protected]
[email protected]
Table of Contents
Learning Autobiography ......................................................................... 1
Goals Statement .................................................................................... 1
Philosophy of Education ......................................................................... 1
Learning Needs Statement ..................................................................... 1
Inventory of Learning Resources ............................................................ 1
People, authors, experts. ................................................................................... 1
Texts, articles, seminal works. .......................................................................... 1
Internet and library resources. .......................................................................... 1
Associations, organizations, conferences, periodicals, museums, etc. ....... 1
Narrative Curriculum .............................................................................. 1
Given-name Surname’s Master’s Degree Plan Proposal of December 2022
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Learning Autobiography
Learning Autobiography
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Goals Statement
Goals Statement
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And add a list of your goals as a summary at the end of the statement, please.
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Philosophy of Education
Philosophy of Education
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Learning Needs Statement
Learning Needs Statement
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Specific learning needs
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2 = Modest levels of knowledge/skill.
3 = Some degree of expertise, but not mastery.
4 = Significant expertise and competence without total mastery
5 = Strong competence approaching mastery
6 = Early stage of mastery 7 = Mastery with depth and broad application
8 = Mastery at an outstanding level
9 = Mastery at a nearly unique level
10 = Perfect mastery (theoretical limit of what humans can achieve)
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Inventory of Learning Resources
Inventory of Learning Resources
People, authors, experts.
Hadley-Ives, Eric: Associate Professor of Liberal Studies and Liberal and Integrative Studies
Degree: Ph.D. Washington University
Liberal and Integrative Studies
University of Illinois at Springfield
One University Plaza
Office: UHB 3028
Springfield, Illinois 62703
Office Phone: 217-206-8207
E-mail: [email protected]
Rationale: Presently serving as the coordinating chair of the online Liberal and Integrative Studies
Program at UIS, Dr. Hadley-Ives has served as my graduate professor and graduate advisor. Eric HadleyIves has also served as my online instructor for: LNT 501 Graduate Colloquium
Bussell, Donna: Assistant Professor, and soon to be Associate Professor of English
Degree: Ph.D. Columbia University
English Department
University of Illinois at Springfield
One University Plaza
Office: UHB 3072
Springfield, Illinois 62703
Office Phone: 217-206-8091
E-mail: [email protected]
Rationale: The medievalist in the English department, naturally a fit to my interests.
Bertaina, David: Assistant Professor of History
Degree: Ph.D. Semitic Languages and Literatures, Catholic University of America
History Department
University of Illinois at Springfield
One University Plaza
Office: UHB 3059
Springfield, Illinois 62703
Office Phone: 217-206-8412
E-mail: [email protected]
Rationale: The medievalist in the History department, naturally a fit to my interests.
Texts, articles, seminal works.
Insert here a list of critical books and articles you will need to cover in your graduate studies.
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Inventory of Learning Resources
Internet and library resources.
Insert here a list internet and library resources, including scholarly databases relevant to your
field of study.
Associations, organizations, conferences, periodicals, museums, etc.
Insert here a list of groups and events and places and journals you need to know about.
Narrative Curriculum
Narrative Curriculum
Fall 2011:
LNT 501 - Graduate Colloquium
To be taken as the first course after acceptance as a conditional LNT student. Serves
as an introduction to the individual option program and focuses on the skills, knowledge,
and attitudes necessary to become a self-directed, autonomous learner. Students
design effective learning experiences, organize learning resources, and design a
graduate curriculum. Course Information: Credit/No Credit grading only.
4.000 Credit hours
Rationale: This is a required course. It helped me understand my goals and learning
needs, and taught me to create my own discipline and my own degree.
Schedule of Degree Plan
LNT 501
Graduate Colloquium
Fall 2022
4.0
LNT 599
Medieval Studies Overview and Methods
Spring 2023
4.0
HIS 501
Historiography
Spring 2023
4.0
Fall 2023
4.0
ENG 405 Arthurian Literature
Etc. etc.
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My LNT Committee
LNT Advisor.
Hadley-Ives, Eric: Associate Professor of Liberal Studies and Liberal and Integrative Studies
Office: UHB 3028
Office Phone: 217-206-8207
E-mail: [email protected]
Academic Advisors.
Bussell, Donna: Associate Professor of English
Office: UHB 3072
Office Phone: 217-206-8091
E-mail: [email protected]
Bertaina, David: Associate Professor of History
Office: UHB 3059
Office Phone: 217-206-8412
E-mail: dbert[email protected]
Outside Expert.
Lillian M. Li: Professor of History
Office: Trotter 205, Swarthmore College, 500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19081-1397
Office Phone: 610-328-8134
E-mail: [email protected]
Peer.
Bush, Helen: Childhood friend
Address: 109 South 5th Street Springfield, IL 62701
Phone: 217-211-5101
E-mail: [email protected]
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