Monthly Archives: April 2011

A pedagogy for group supervision

With ever increasing numbers of research students, research supervisors are having to look outside the square for solving research supervision problems. One such square is the models of research supervision. Traditionally research supervision has been modelled on the Ancient Greek … Continue reading

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Resilience in the face of adversity

I was listening recently to the cafe owner where I take my Saturday morning coffee, and his experiences of his house flooding during the Brisbane floods. I was impressed with his resilience that, despite this set back, he not only … Continue reading

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