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Online tutoring procedure for research project supervision: management, organization and key elements ARTICLE

, , University of the Balearic Islands, Department of Applied Pedagogy and Psychology of Education, Spain

NAERJ Volume 4, Number 2, ISSN 2254-7339 Publisher: University of Alicante

Abstract

Research project tutoring appears as a crucial element for teaching; it is a planned action based on the relationship between a tutor and a student. This paper presents the findings of a design and development research which has as its main aim to create an organization system for the tutoring of online research projects. That system seeks to facilitate the tutoring and supervision task with trainee researchers, providing guidance for its management and instruments for its implementation. The main conclusions arising from this research derive from considering the need to offer a solution to the problem of distance research project supervision and has materialized in organization and sequencing through a model about the variables that influence the research project tutoring problem.

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Dardes Mesquida, A. & Pérez, A. (2015). Online tutoring procedure for research project supervision: management, organization and key elements. Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research (NAER Journal), 4(2), 123-132. University of Alicante. Retrieved September 26, 2018 from .

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