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Friday the 11 th of June: Supervision and Assessment. 09.00: Cases on supervision (LK + LPJ) 11.00: Supervision - strategies and tools (LPJ) 12.00: Lunch 12.45: Assessment (AK) 15.00: Development of action plans – and peer review of action plans (AK) 15.30: Evaluation (AK). Role-play.

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friday the 11 th of june supervision and assessment
Friday the 11th of June:Supervision and Assessment

09.00: Cases on supervision (LK + LPJ)

11.00: Supervision - strategies and tools (LPJ)

12.00: Lunch

12.45: Assessment (AK)

15.00: Development of action plans – and peer review of action plans (AK)

15.30: Evaluation (AK)

Supervision and Assessment

role play
Role-play
  • Six role plays illustrate supervising situations (meetings)
  • Imagine that your group is working on the project from yesterday
  • The group members assign roles between themselves, so that the outlined situation in the role play occurs
  • Each role play lasts approximately 15 minutes
  • Each role play is commented by 4-5 observers

Supervision

supervision strategies and tools
Supervision – strategies and tools

Lars Peter Jensen

Department of Control Engineering

Fredrik Bajers Vej 7C, DK - 9220 Aalborg East

Phone: + 45 96358740, e-mail: [email protected]

URL: http://www.control.auc.dk/~lpj

Supervision

forms of supervision
Forms of Supervision
  • Process supervision
  • Product supervision
  • Control Supervision
  • Laissez-faire Supervision

Supervision

forms of supervision 1
Forms of Supervision - 1

Process supervision:

  • Sees the project as a cognitive process
  • Facilitates co-operation in the group
  • Starts reflexive processes
  • Asks facilitating (reflexive) questions in stead of pointing out solutions

Supervision

forms of supervision 2
Forms of Supervision - 2

Product supervision:

  • Focus on theoretical knowledge
  • Focus on solutions, which are often given
  • Project report must be coherent
  • The product/construction (or part of) should be finished

Supervision

forms of supervision 3
Forms of Supervision - 3

Control Supervision:

  • The group is tested
  • Thinks on the exam
  • The project period is one long exam
  • Is interested in the knowledge of the individual student

Supervision

forms of supervision 4
Forms of Supervision - 4

Laissez-faire Supervision:

  • The students are left to themselves
  • Lack of engagement
  • General and occasional comments
  • Uses minimal time

Supervision

characteristics for a well functioning group
Characteristics for a well functioning group:
  • Common goal or objectives
  • Agreement about group standards
  • The members ”play” all the necessary roles
  • All group members respect each other

Supervision

different expectations
Project and documentation

Study guide

objectives

Students

expectations

Supervisors

expectations

Different expectations

Supervision

students opinions on supervision
Students opinions on supervision

Good Supervision:

  • Overview in chaos
  • Cut through in critical situations
  • Solutions are not presented by the supervisor
  • Ask facilitating questions
  • The group is not controlled by the supervisor but by the group it self
  • Supervisor is well prepared and well informed

Supervision

students opinions on supervision1
Students opinions on supervision

Poor Supervision:

  • Supervisor does not express opinions about affective questions
  • Supervisor does not give constructive feed back/criticism
  • Lack of interest in the project and/or the students
  • The supervisor has poor knowledge about the students’ work and work process
  • Supervisor takes ownership of the project and controls the students’ learning process

Supervision

roles of the supervisor good or poor
Roles of the supervisor – good or poor ?
  • The group member– discipline oriented supervision with focus on product
    • Takes over responsibility for the project work
    • Very active in choice of theory and methods
    • Gives answers in stead of asking questions
  • The visitor– both discipline and problem oriented supervision with focus on process
    • Stands on the sideline, ready to kick or withdraw
    • Points out directions where to seek answers
    • The students own the project
  • The consultant– discipline or problem oriented laissez-fair supervision
    • Only activated on request
    • Only answers the questions asked
    • leave all decisions, planning and control to the group

Supervision

tasks of a supervisor
Tasks of a supervisor
  • Before the semester start:
    • Prepare project proposals
    • Plan project courses
  • In the beginning of a project:
    • Help to find appropriate literature
    • Help establishing contacts with companies ect.
    • Discussing the project proposal with the students
  • During the whole project period:
    • Commenting both oral and written presentations/memos/working paper
    • Continued assessment of the professional level of both group and individual
  • At the end:
    • Examination

Supervision

tools for supervision
Tools for supervision
  • Learning objectives (Bloom)

Supervision

levels of understanding bloom
Levels of understanding - Bloom
  • Knowledge
    • memorize
  • Comprehension
    • translation,interpretation
  • Application
    • Use, in new situations
  • Analysis
    • uncover relations between entities
  • Synthesis
    • Building something new of the entities
  • Evaluation
    • Judging

Supervision

tools for supervision1
Tools for supervision
  • Learning objectives (Bloom)
  • Contracts

Supervision

contracts
Contracts

Why ?

  • Create common expectations
  • Secure clear agreements

Supervision

contracts1
Contracts

How?

Content could be:

  • Form of meetings
  • how often are you going to have meetings
  • how long meetings
  • where
  • agenda
  • chair of the meeting
  • students’ own objectives for the period
  • supervisors objectives for the period
  • areas of response to the “working papers” during the period:
    • Language, structure, details, methods
  • external contacts
  • response to the group process

Supervision

tools for supervision2
Tools for supervision
  • Learning objectives (Bloom)
  • Contracts
  • Students’ peer assessment

Supervision

students peer assessment
Students’ peer assessment
  • Students in the same group reviewing each others written material
  • Students in the same group given small lectures for each other
  • Two groups acting as opponents for each other at seminars and exams

Supervision

tools for supervision3
Tools for supervision
  • Learning objectives (Bloom)
  • Contracts
  • Students’ peer assessment
  • Process analysis

Supervision

tools for supervision4
Tools for supervision
  • Learning objectives (Bloom)
  • Contracts
  • Students’ peer assessment
  • Process analysis
  • Facilitation

Supervision

facilitation
Facilitation
  • summarizing
  • mirroring
  • asking open-ended questions
  • use why, how, what, where
  • dynamic list of question
  • feedback as rethinking loudly

Supervision

tools for supervision5
Tools for supervision
  • Learning objectives (Bloom)
  • Contracts
  • Students’ peer assessment
  • Process analysis
  • Facilitation
  • Questioning the team work

Supervision

questioning team work 1
Questioning team work - 1

Put on the students’ agenda when starting the project:

  • level of ambitions
  • how to share the work
  • discipline of meetings
  • how to solve conflicts
  • social relations

Supervision

questioning team work 2
Questioning team work - 2
  • ask to the way the students organize the work and discuss the working process
  • ask to special project functions
  • discuss objectives for the organizational aspects
  • give individual consultations
  • feel the atmosphere - be present
  • let the students discuss
  • try to involve all the students

Supervision

a model for supervision
A model for Supervision

Present ”Normal”supervision Evaluate

a focus with timeout’s

Supervision

project supervision preparation
Project supervision - preparation

The Group (two days in advance) :

  • What have we accomplished (working papers)
  • What are we doing right now
  • Requested supervision
  • Agenda

The Supervisor :

  • Read the working papers
  • Reflect upon and formulate questions to structure and details
  • Prepare for input to requested supervision

Supervision

project supervision meeting
Project supervision – meeting

The Group :

  • Chairs the meeting
  • Takes minutes
  • Presents the points of the agenda
  • All participate in the discussions

The Supervisor :

  • Facilitates the students’ own reflection by asking questions
  • Involves all students in the discussions
  • Secure reflections on:
    • Contracts, working processes, progress, time schedule

Supervision

project supervision follow up
Project supervision – follow up

The Group :

  • Sends minutes of the meeting to the supervisor
  • Discusses and assesses the input from the supervisor
  • Revises working papers, time schedule etc.

The Supervisor :

  • Reads the minutes and replies
  • Follows up on requested tasks

Supervision

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