Teaching and Supervision looks at issues you might face in both teaching undergraduates and in the supervision of graduate research students. This book is not a pedagogical instruction manual - there are plenty of those around, both good and bad. Rather, the focus is on presenting explanations and possible strategies designed to make your teaching and supervision work less burdensome, more rewarding (for you and your students) and manageable.
In this chapter we discuss the three overlapping and interlinking sets of relations that being a university teacher involves: with students, with colleagues (both academic and administrative) and with university managers. Relations with external partners such as professional accreditation bodies or employers are discussed ...