After , you will be presented with the ResearchNet login screen. If you login using your ResearchNet account, you will arrive at the main Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships application menu. This menu lists a series of tasks that must be completed before you are able to submit your application. Information on how to complete these tasks is provided in the sections below.
We ask Honors students to identify a second reader for their thesis. The second reader should be a faculty member from a discipline relevant to the student’s thesis. The second reader may be in the same discipline as the supervisor or a different one. A second reader may provide the student with a different perspective and additional insights into how best to achieve the intended learning outcomes of the thesis. The thesis supervisor, in consultation with the student, determines when to bring the second reader on board. It is the supervisor’s prerogative to define how the grade for the thesis will be determined.
Once an assessment is submitted, it will automatically attach to your application. Applicants do not have access to the content of the assessment submitted by referees. However, you may follow the status of the assessment under this task and are encouraged to follow up with your referees if the task is not completed shortly before the deadline.
The approach is based on “how learners learn, not on “how to teach”, and it should enable mathematics teachers to see mathematics from the standpoint of the learner as he progresses through the various stages of cognitive development.
However, such manipulationscan lead to errors in estimation, usually by underestimating the gradeand over-estimating the quantity of material (Fytas et al, 1990).
Thank you for considering supervising an individualized major senior thesis. Your guidance and the practices in your discipline are most important for framing the individualized major thesis project and setting the standards for its evaluation. The guidelines below outline some of the particular considerations relevant to individualized major students. The guidelines are most appropriate for traditional research projects in the social sciences, humanities, and sciences that result in a lengthy paper. Aspects of these guidelines may also be relevant to students undertaking a less traditional final project.