An institution’s support of higher degree research (HDR) candidates engages the supervisor/s and the candidate in a professional learning and teaching relationship, described as the pedagogy of supervision (Grant, 2005; Nulty, Kiley, & Meyer, 2009). Universities develop programs to support academic and research staff to supervise postgraduate candidates while also facilitating the learning of novice researchers and HDR candidates (Carton & Kelly, 2014; Carton, O’Farrell, & Kelly, 2013; Luca et al., 2013). In this mixed methods research project questionnaires and interviews were used to determine what is valued by current and past HDR candidates of Avondale and which areas of our HDR programs need further development. This is the first of two papers that report the findings of this project.
Where to go for a Christian Research Degree [Part 1]TEACH Journal of Christian Education
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)10.55254/1835-1492.1475
Avondale Research CentreCentre for Advancement of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Avondale Research CentreChristian Education Research Centre
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Associated Research ProjectWhy Avondale?
Citation InformationNorthcote, M., Kilgour, P., & Rickett, C. (2021). Where to go for a Christian research degree [Part 1]. TEACH Journal of Christian Education, 15(2), 25-34. https://doi.org/10.55254/1835-1492.1475