NB Language spoken in course is Dutch unless English-speaking students participate
This course builds on the knowledge and skills acquired in the following Bachelor courses: Leren en leraar en Ontwikkelen van krachtige leeromgevingen.
The primary aim of the module (which builds on the previous Master course Professional development & Learning) is to understand, be able to articulate, and add to current debates on mentoring theory and practice. This includes critical evaluation of current research in mentoring and the underpinning meta-theoretical assumptions which underpin the various approaches.
A secondary aim of the module is to enable students to critically examine a variety of approaches to mentoring in order to inform one’s own mentoring position.
The objectives of the course are to:
Develop critical awareness and understanding of the theory and practice of mentoring and coaching in a range of ‘live’ settings, with particular relevance to education (achievement levels 1-4);
Appreciate the effects, advantages and disadvantages of the various applications of mentoring and coaching skills in a range of contexts (3);
Acquire and practise the skills of mentoring and coaching (4);
Create opportunities for participants to evaluate critically the relevant literature (5, 6);
Enable participants to develop an understanding of the links and tensions between theory and practice (10-12);
Appreciate the complex moral dimensions of mentoring and coaching.(16-19).
The formulated general Master achievement levels are applicable to this course in various degrees.
To be announced.
Mode of instruction
Seminars and a mentoring trajectory.
During this course Blackboard will be used.
To be determined in due course; please consult the course program on Blackboard.
Please note that separate uSis registration is mandatory for lectures, seminars, exam and re-exam.
Registration for the lectures of the course is possible as of two months through one week before the first lecture at the latest;
Registration for the seminars of the course is possible as of two months through one week before the first lecture at the latest;
Registration for the exam is possible as of two months through one week before the exam at the latest;
Registration for the re-exam is possible as of two months through one week before the re-exam at the latest.
Students who don’t register cannot attend classes or take the (re)exam.
Co-ordinator of this course is dr. H. Tillema