Supervision and Scholarly Writing: Writing to learn – Learning to write
Diezmann, Carmel M. (2005) Supervision and Scholarly Writing: Writing to learn – Learning to write. Reflective Practice, 6(4), pp. 443-457.
This paper describes an action research project on postgraduate students’ scholarly writing in which I employed reflective approaches to examine and enhance my postgraduate supervisory practice. My reflections on three distinct cycles of supervision illustrate a shift in thinking about scholarly writing and an evolving understanding of how to support postgraduate students’ writing. These understandings provide the foundation for a future-oriented fourth cycle of supervisory practice, which is characterised by three principles, namely the empowerment of students as writers, the technological context of contemporary writing, and ethical issues in writing.
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|Copyright Statement:||First published in Reflective Practice 6(4):pp. 443-457.|
|Deposited On:||22 Sep 2005|
|Last Modified:||29 Feb 2012 23:16|
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