Activity: Talks and presentations › Talks and presentations in private or public companies
Doctoral education is the third cycle of degrees following the BA and MA. The education of researchers is necessary for developing a professional field such as music therapy and calls for a certain research culture that not only brings knowledge on research, but involves collaboration with peers and opens the doors to an academic discipline. I will discuss what the standards for doctoral education are and what a learning community should include when it comes to the integration of science and clinical practice. I especially would like to discuss approaches to doctoral supervision and will present the model of Anne Lees with concepts of research supervision. Finally, after an introduction to a social constructivist view knowledge and learning, we in a group discussion will relate the supervisor/supervisee roles to concepts of problem-based learning.