Welcome to this resource site that introduces ’supermentoring’: a structured form of teaching feedback given by educational developers/experienced lecturers to less experienced colleagues. Supermentoring is a short-term and efficient intervention that any experienced lecturer can carry out.
The site offers advice on how a supermentoring session may take place and showcases typical examples of supermentoring reports.
Furthermore, there is plenty of practical advice on teaching, beneficial for those who give feedback, and for those who want to develop their own teaching through self-directed studies.
The site has been made for practical use. Therefore, all texts are short and succinct and, therefore, there are quite a few repetitions of central issues from subtext to subtext – it is important that the user gets the information needed when s/he looks up something.
As an alternative to repetitions, there are many internal links in order for the user to quickly grasp central concepts and their meaning.
To make the reading of the texts easy, literature references are avoided (even though all materials are based on years of research and experience). There are only references in the so-called Encyclopedia. However, a dedicated part of the site contains selected literature and various tools.