Experience with Group Supervision
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Supervision can take a few different forms. For example, it can be one-to-one supervision and it can also be group supervision. Group supervision is an important process within the scientific community. Many research groups use this form to supervise doctoral- and master students in groups. Some efforts have been made to study this process. For example, Samara (2002) studied the group supervision process in group writing. However, group supervision has not been studied thoroughly so far. This project aims at studying the group supervision from the community of practice point of view. The main research question is: What are the effects of group supervision on constructing a learning community?
PublisherProgram for læringsforskning, Universitetet i Bergen
- UPED-skrift 90