Cooperation

Supervisors and students are equally responsible for good cooperation. In order to ensure good cooperation, here follows some recommendations for tasks for both supervisors and students in every loop of supervision.

Student tasks

  • Before the supervision
    Read, comment and write on drafts from the group’s members. Produce draft (s) for content in report. Send to supervisor. Prioritize which parts the supervisor should relate to. Consider which specific challenges the group faces after the counseling meeting. Produce guidance meeting agenda
  • During the supervision
    Ensure that the group understands the supervisor’s comments, therefore: All students are required to ask what they do not understand. Write short summary of the guidance meeting (in turns).
  • After the supervision
    Work out draft(s) that the meeting has given rise to. Discuss the consequences of the meeting for future work. Any ambiguities are clarified with the supervisor.

Supervisor tasks

  • Before supervision
    Read and comment on drafts. Relate to the agenda the students have submitted. If necessary complement the agenda with additional themes.
  • During supervision
    Comment and discuss the group’s draft (s). Give more exemplary comments than scanning the entire text transmitted. Based on the group’s performances: discuss and give advice on the future process. Ask about the three main things that have been discussed at the meeting.
  • After supervision
    Comment and discuss the group’s draft (s). Give more exemplary comments than scanning the entire text transmitted. Based on the group’s performances: discuss and give advice on the future process. Ask about the three main things that have been discussed at the meeting.