Master's thesis supervision: relations between perceptions of the supervisor–student relationship, final grade, perceived supervisor contribution to learning and student satisfaction

@inproceedings{Kleijn2012MastersTS,
  title={Master's thesis supervision: relations between perceptions of the supervisor–student relationship, final grade, perceived supervisor contribution to learning and student satisfaction},
  author={Renske A. M. de Kleijn and M. Tim Mainhard and Paulien C. Meijer and A Albert Pilot and Mieke Brekelmans},
  year={2012}
}
Master's thesis supervision is a complex task given the two-fold goal of the thesis (learning and assessment). An important aspect of supervision is the supervisor–student relationship. This quantitative study (N = 401) investigates how perceptions of the supervisor–student relationship are related to three dependent variables: final grade, perceived supervisor contribution to learning, and student satisfaction. The supervisor–student relationship was conceptualised by means of two… CONTINUE READING

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