How to supervise students

MicroLab
Two people at a meeting table, watching someone draw on a smart screen.

Introduction

Many employees at the Erasmus University will supervise students during their academic career. But how do you supervise students well? This MicroLab will focus on different areas of student supervision and coaching skills, such as giving constructive feedback, active listening, motivating your students, and provides practical models to work with during your supervision.

Key Facts & Figures

Type
Training
Start date
Tuesday 10 Sep 2024
Duration
3 hours
Instruction language
English
Mode of instruction
Offline
Fee
-

What will you achieve?

  • Ask effective questions to stimulate student reflection.
  • Identify students’ needs by (active) listening on deeper levels.
  • Empower your students and provide structure by applying the GROW model.

Start dates

*This MicroLab is open for all teacher from the LDE Universities. Teachers from Leiden and Delft can sign up by sending an e-mail to training@risbo.eur.nl.

  • Wednesday 3 Jul 2024

    Time: 13:00 - 16:00 Campus Woudestein - Education Lab | ☀️ MicroLab Summer Festival ☀️
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  • Tuesday 10 Sep 2024

    Time: 09:30 - 12:30 Campus Woudestein - T11-67
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  • Tuesday 19 Nov 2024

    Time: 13:00 - 16:00 Campus Woudestein
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  • Tuesday 22 Apr 2025

    Time: 13:00 - 16:00 Campus Woudestein
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Target group and required prior knowledge

The MicroLab is intended for lecturers, PhD students, or supervisors who want to improve their coaching skills in supervising students during their writing process. No specific prior knowledge is required.

Content, form and time investment

This MicroLab has a blended format which means you will do preparatory assignments in a Canvas environment which will give you the prior knowledge you need for the MicroLab sessions. There is one session for this MicroLab. The session and preparatory assignments are mandatory. For the preparatory assignments you will watch interactive videos, readings and put forward your own input and experience (if any). During the MicroLab session, we will discuss the input and use different tools to work with the models and content. The MicroLab concludes with a Proof of Competence, in which you show how you will use your new supervising skills in practice. The Proof of Competence can also be found in the Canvas environment and can be made after the MicroLab session. The total time investment is approximately 7 hours (including preparation time, 3 hours MicroLab session, time spend on Proof of Competence).

Earn an Edubadge

You finish the MicroLab with a Proof of Competence. You will then receive an Edubadge. This is a digital, visual certificate which you can share on e.g. LinkedIn. Interested parties can immediately click on the certificate to find out what you have done to achieve the EduBadge.

Registration

Register for this MicroLab via the registration system. Do you work as a lecturer at Erasmus MC? Then sign up by sending an email to training@risbo.eur.nl.

 

Contact

For questions about MicroLab and registration, please contact Risbo.

Email address
training@risbo.eur.nl

Facts & Figures

Fee
-
Tax
Not applicable
Start date
Tuesday 10 Sep 2024
Application deadline

The application deadline is two weeks before the MicroLab takes place. If registration is no longer possible, please contact training@risbo.eur.nl to see if there's any spots left.

Duration
3 hours
Offered by
Community for Learning & Innovation
Course type
Training
Instruction language
English
Mode of instruction
Offline
Location

Education Lab/ Training room Risbo

Partner

Risbo

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