A practical guide to managing student projects
This workshop does not have set dates. If you are interested in running the workshop for a group of people on a by-request basis, please complete the workshop by-request online form. If you require some personal advice on the subject area concerned, please use our consultancy service.
Who this is aimed at
Staff who are involved in delivering any aspect of student project work for example; teaching students, supervising students and providing feedback to students who are working on projects.
By-request workshops for groups
This workshop does not have set dates. In order to tailor it to the specific needs of those involved, it runs on a by-request basis. If you wish to run this workshop for a group of colleagues from your department, faculty, hospital, trust, division or campus, please complete the workshop by-request online form and we will contact you in due course to further discuss your request and to arrange a suitable date, time and location.
Consultancy for individuals
If you would like some personal advice on the subject area concerned, please feel free to contact us using our consultancy service.
The content presents and briefly discusses a range of practical strategies for encouraging students to complete their projects successfully from the planning through to submission stage. This workshop does not relate to PhD supervision.
- Principles and purposes of setting project work
- Problems encountered by students and tutors during project work
- Practical strategies to solve problems relating to managing expectations, planning, structuring, language, plagiarism and formative assessment