I was asked to supervise a team of undergrad students who are taking part in a case competition.
I decided to look through the competition website to find out more about what is expected of a faculty advisor. The website writes:
The primary role of the faculty advisor is to provide direction, advice and guidance to the student team. The faculty advisor should not contribute to the content of the presentation, nor should they provide or facilitate the assistance from other parties that contribute to the content of presentation.
How do I walk the fine line between "providing direction, advice and guidance", and yet "not contributing to the content of the presentation"?
(This is my first time helping a student team with a competition, so I would appreciate the advice of other faculty who have done this before.)