Doctorateness and models of doctoral supervision

Ridder, H. M. O. (Lecturer)

Activity: Talks and presentationsTalks 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.
Period15 Apr 2013
Event typeCourse
LocationGadbjerg, Denmark