Training Thesis and internship supervision (22-TIS-13)

16 May 2023

During this training:

  • we will outline a didactical framework for thesis and internship supervision.
  • you as the supervisor will be the centre of the exercises. What do you bring to the table? What do you still want to develop?
  • we will look at what your students need from you as a supervisor and what their programme requires.
Type of course, training or programme
Training
Organisation
Education Support
Language
English
Dates
16 May 2023, 1 pm - 4 pm
30 May 2023, 1 pm - 4 pm
Deadline registration

    Target audience

    PhD students who supervise and appraise theses, internships and/or research projects. Preferably, you follow this training in parallel with your supervision tasks, so you can draw from your own experiences and immediately apply what you’ve learned during the training.

    Method during the training

    The training consists of two meetings of 3 hours. During these meetings, we interactively work with assignments that are connected to your own educational practice. In this way you work on improving your individual supervision skills. Upon successful completion you will receive a certificate. The training is in English, unless all participants speak Dutch.

    Note: Please make sure you have a Brightspace account before the first meeting.

    Number of sessions
    2
    Costs
    Free
    Intake
    No

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