MicroLab - Supervising thesis students
For many instructors supervising individual students is one of the most inspiring forms of teaching. However, this may come with its own set of problems and challenges, and often requires a unique skill set and approach. In this workshop, you will focus on your role as a supervisor to individual students. You will learn how to tailor your duties as a supervisor to the needs of your students and their thesis or project. While grounded in a theoretical framework, there is ample opportunity to share and discuss experiences with your fellow participants and the course leader.
|Target group||University teachers|
Asynchronous activities via Brightspace: 16 November till 30 November
Asynchronous activities: 3 hours
Participants can choose:
After succesful completion of this course you are able to:
- Structure the different phases of the supervision process to meet your students needs;
- Define your personal supervision role;
- Analyze feedback according to the feedback principles.
|Last modified:||27 July 2022 3.30 p.m.|