Implementing a Collaborative Model of Student Supervision in New Zealand: Enhancing Therapist and Student Experiences Flood, Brenda; Haslam, Laura; Hocking, Clare

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Flood, Brenda ; Haslam, Laura ; Hocking, Clare
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New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy
Universities and colleges -- New Zealand; Universities and colleges -- Research; Students
This article discusses a collaborative model of student supervision, describing how the model works and the ideas underpinning it. International research findings which identify the strengths and weaknesses of requiring students to collaborate and support each other's learning are presented, along with the second author's reflections on her experience of using the model. Key messages suggest that all parties learn through implementing the model, and that students welcome opportunities for active learning and hands on experience. Critical elements in successful implementation, as with all placements, are adequate preparation and good communication between the university and supervisor. Key words Collaborative model of supervision, peer learning, fieldwork education, student supervision.
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