CAES Research Seminar by Professor Sue Starfield, School of Education, UNSW Sydney
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Event Type: Public Lecture/Forum/Seminar/Workshop/Conference/Symposium
Event Nature: Education
The primary mode of support for doctoral and master students doing research has typically been that between student and supervisor, modelled on what has been identified as an apprenticeship-style of learning. While this style of doctoral and master supervision can be extremely beneficial, it is increasingly coming under pressure in the contemporary university. More recently a number of initiatives have developed that can be seen to respond to Boud and Lee’s (2005) call for more ‘distributed’ learning in the research student space. In my talk, I will briefly discuss the current higher degree research landscape in Australia and then describe a range of interventions that we have developed at UNSW in response to the evolving context.
|Venue||CPD 2.58, Jockey Club Tower|
Registration is open from 20/10/2017 00:00(HKT) to 14/11/2017 23:59(HKT) on a first-come-first-served basis. The registration quota for this event is 90. Registrants will be placed on a waiting list if the registration quota is reached.
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