Chapter 3. Peer Placements
- Shelagh Brumfitt PhD, MPhil, RegMRCSLT, MHPC
Published Online: 11 FEB 2008
Copyright © 2004 Whurr Publishers Ltd
Innovations in Professional Education for Speech and Language Therapy
How to Cite
Grundy, K. (2003) Peer Placements, in Innovations in Professional Education for Speech and Language Therapy (ed S. Brumfitt), Whurr Publishers Ltd, London, England. doi: 10.1002/9780470777909.ch3
Department of Human Communication Sciences, University of Sheffield
- Published Online: 11 FEB 2008
- Published Print: 21 OCT 2003
Print ISBN: 9781861563859
Online ISBN: 9780470777909
- peer placements;
- experiential learning;
- clinical placement;
- clinical teachers
This chapter contains section titled:
Kolb's Theory of Experiential Learning
What is a Peer Placement?
What is the Aim of a Peer Placement?
How does a Peer Placement Work?
Peer Placements and Experiential Learning Theory
The Student Experience of Peer Placements
The Clinical Teacher Experience of Peer Placements
Problems with Peer Placements Identified by Students, and their Solutions
Problems with Peer Placements Identified by Clinicians, and their Solutions
Potential Problems Envisaged by Clinicians and their Solutions
What is Essential to Ensure Success of a Peer Placement?
Development of Peer Placements - Peer-Tutoring Placements
Aims of Peer-Tutoring Placements
How do Peer-Tutoring Placements Work?
Feedback on Peer-Tutoring Placement Experiences
Appendix 3.1 Level 3+ weekly peer-tutoring placement (W3) - an overview
Appendix 3.2 Level 3+ professional development - handy hints for peer tutoring