· describe the complete graduation process and
accompanying (different) roles/styles of the supervisor;
· explain the importance of expressing expectations, planning
and structured meetings in a graduation process, including
the content of the planning and meetings;
· articulate your vision on supervising and can translate it into
concrete activities as coach;
· apply different styles and techniques in supervising graduate
students and groups of students;
. be a ‘lazy supervisor’, meaning let the students do the work
they can do themselves.
During the course we will pay attention to the following topics: planning of a graduation project, supervising groups, first meeting with the student(s), role and style of supervisor, expectations of supervisor and student, active listening, giving feedback, assessment and motivation.
Of course we also pay attention to your specific questions.
Preparation: exercises and assignments, reading course material
In course: assignments (both individual and group), discussions and role play
In order to be eligible for the certificate you need to hand in the assignments on Canvas and participate in (all of the) the (online) sessions
PhD candidates are advised to register for the Taste-of-Teaching.
This course is closely related to UTQ competence 2: Teaching and supervising