Most IBDP educators are assigned the role of being extended essay supervisors alongside their teaching responsibilities. As a supervisor, it can be tricky to stay organized while providing feedback to multiple students. Additionally, identifying the areas where students need support is crucial to their success. So how do you undertake this balancing act?
Our extended essay supervisor handbook will give you simple hacks on how to ace your role. From providing effective feedback to your students to implementing the best-fit approach while applying the assessment criteria, we’ve covered it all for you.
You’ll learn about:
- Supporting students’ development of ATL skills along their EE journey
- Key responsibilities of your role as an EE supervisor
- The formal requirements for completing the EE process
- Successfully conducting the three student reflection sessions
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