Effectively guiding final theses


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Pedagogical competencies

MU lecturers, students of doctoral study programmes


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Are you guiding your first thesis and trying to figure out how to do it? Or are you already experienced but still wondering how to do it well and efficiently? This workshop will guide you through the responsibilities of leaders and learners and accountability for the process and outcome of collaboration. We'll show you what to arrange and plan so that it serves both parties and makes it easier to work together. We will discuss how you should conduct the consultation so that learners get the most out of it, it takes little time and is a mutually enjoyable experience. We will also look at what the options are for providing formative feedback and how to make this challenging discipline easier.


Mgr. Zuzana Kročáková

CERPEK leading lecturer


Lecturer in adult education, mother, punk systematist, ENFP. She studied Czech language and psychology at the Faculty of Education of the Masaryk University, then gained teaching and life experience at the University of Latvia in Riga, a private high school in Brno, on maternity leave, at an American high school for boys and as a guide for the Teacher Live programme. For more than 15 years she has been teaching psychology at the Department of Psychology of the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University. He owes his erudition in experiential pedagogy to his volunteer work at the Lipnice Holiday School and the Brontosaurus Movement. His teaching focuses on topics related to experiential learning, such as guided reflection, working with the goal, teaching communication, giving feedback, tandem learning, and responsive teaching. Her pedagogical motto is “Don't teach much, teach a lot.”

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During the workshop, we will offer coffee, tea, and snacks.

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