Supervision of larger projects is an essential part of the teaching activities at DTU, and accordingly, quite an effort is put into supervision. The aim of this course is to strengthen the supervision of larger projects as a teaching activity at DTU and provide some tools to make the supervision more effective.
In this course, supervision will be treated within the context of teaching and learning in higher education and we will discuss roles, methods and quality in supervision. The starting point of the course is the experiences and challenges which the participants have as supervisors. During the course you will get some tools to strengthen your supervision practice, like supervision contracts and methods for group supervision. The course focuses on supervision of larger projects like bachelor and master projects.
Teachers at DTU which are or will be supervising lager projects
After this course you will be able to:
- Clarify the roles of the supervisor and student in the supervision
- Conduct supervision more effectively
- Match the expectations from your students and your expectation to the students, both regarding process and product
- Integrate different tools in supervision
- Make a memorandum of understanding to your students
- Gather and systematize experiences and tools in supervision
1 day workshop.
Number of participants
Date and place
Thursday the 24th of April 2014, at 9 am - 4 pm, in building 402, room 009
or Monday the 6th of October 2014, at 9 am - 4 pm in building 402, room 009.
For both courses there is a Follow up meeting on Thursday the 11th of December at 1 - 3 pm in building 402, room 009
The course is taught in English - if there is non-Danish speaking participants.
The course fee is 1700 Dkr (incl. lunch, refreshments and course material).
Full fee is paid if a cancellation is made later than 2 weeks before the start of the course.
The course is approved as a supplementary activity in UDTU.
Consultant Tina Elisabeth Nielsen, LearningLab DTU, email@example.com
Associate professor Uffe Høgsbro Thygesen, DTU Aqua, firstname.lastname@example.org