3. First official meeting and Reflections
Be sure to send very positive signals to your supervisor about your engagement and motivation for the EE
In the Presentation to the right you will find the following helpful:
A Template for eMailing your EE Supervisors
What to talk about during your first meeting
What you should be bringing with you to that first meeting
How write the best EE Reflections - remember there are only 3 of these throughout the process for a total of 500 words - These will contribute to your Criteria E Score on Engagement.
First official meeting: What should you bring to that meeting?
Mandatory - bring your Research Proposal and Reflection journal
Bring enthusiasm and questions
We know you might be nervous - that's ok
How should you arrange that meeting?
It is highly advisable for you (the student) to be proactive and request a meeting with your supervisor (avoid them having to chase you)
TEMPLATE FOR EMAILING SUPERVISORS: (Yes, you can copy and paste this into an email)
Want to earn ALL of the Engagement Points for Criteria E? Complete your Reflective Journal - BEFORE - DURING - AFTER the meetings with your supervisor.
MORE SUPPORT FOR WRITING QUALITY REFLECTIONS
Notes on Posting your Reflections to Managebac:
3 Total Reflections
Total word count for all 3 Reflections (1st Meeting, Interim Meeting, and Viva Voce) = 500 Words
Must have met with your Supervisor prior to writing/posting your reflection to Managebac
Suggestion: Write them on a Google Doc so you can use the Word Count, Formatting, and Editing tools you need then copy/paste to Managebac.
Reflections are graded using criterion E: Engagement, earning you a maximum of 6 points for your EE.