These optional workshops are intended to provide opportunities for HDR advisors to develop their practice within a community of peers. Off campus attendance is facilitated by a zoom link. An email invitation is issued to advisors via the Graduate Research School.
Each workshop includes a 30 minute presentation of case studies and resources followed by a 30 minute practical session.
Participants will leave each session with resources they can use when meeting with HDR candidates.
During sessions participants are encouraged to work with other advisors to share practices and build networks.
Topics will range from advice on use of resources and services, consideration of practices and introduction to new models of advising.
Invitations will be sent to all staff when sessions are available, currently only via Zoom.
For advisors looking to identify possible applicants, and support quality applicants through the admission processes. During the session we will clarify the requirements, and related procedures for MPhil and Doctoral applicants. We will also consider scholarship opportunities beyond the JCU Scholarship round.
When: Monday 15 March 2021 at 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST (10:00am - 11:00am SGT) via Zoom
For advisors looking to support candidates through the milestone processes. During the session we will clarify the written and presentation requirements, and related procedures. The requirements for MPhil and Doctoral candidates will be considered, as well as strategies for ensuring candidates can meet requirements in a timely way.
When: Tuesday 30 March 2021 at 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST (10:00am - 11:00am SGT) via Zoom
For advisors preparing to work with candidates who may need support in framing their research or research skills to ensure successful and timely completion. Questions considered will include: How do you evaluate if progress is sufficient? How do you guide candidates struggling to realise their research expectations?
When: Wednesday 19 May 2021 at 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST / 10:00am - 11:00am SGT via Zoom
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This course contains 9 modules with 8 quizzes and a range of portfolio activities to meet registration requirements.
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Introduction: the research higher degree context
Attracting and selecting HDR applicants
Setting your candidate on the right course
Expectations and preparing for examination
Issues in advising research candidates
Continuing your advisory development
Conclusion: Practise scenarios and full program resources
Written tasks and resources are available here for advisors wishing to elevate from Secondary to Primary; Primary to Primary Advanced and Advisor Mentor.
The material provided will support experienced advisors, approved by their College ADRE, to Chair HDR milestone committees.
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Qualitative Methods - Professor David Silverman
Professor David Silverman is Professor Emeritus in the Sociology Department at Goldsmiths College, London, Visiting Professor in the Management Department at King's College, University of London and the Business School, University of Technology, Sydney as well as Adjunct Professor at QUT. He has authored 15 books and more than 50 journal articles on qualitative research, ethnography and conversation analysis.
Suitable for HDR Advisors, Academics, Researchers and ECRs
Maria Gardiner and Hugh Kearns have worked as an award winning team for the past fifteen years. They are well known as leading practitioners and researchers in cognitive behavioural coaching. As well as publishing ten books that have sold many thousands of copies, they are regular contributors to Australian media, including a popular segment on ABC radio.
Their particular expertise is in working with high performers and they have a long history of providing specialist services to the medical and academic professions.