Parker, A; Kersner, M; (1998) New approaches to learning during clinical placement. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders , 33 255 - 260.
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Traditional models of clinical placements for students in speech and language therapy (SLT) are often based on a one-to-one model where the structure of the learning process is: theory, observation and practice. Literature relating to adult learning and professional education suggests alternative approaches to clinical training which may be relevant to SLT. Work in progress is discussed where alternative approaches to placements and student learning in a range of placement settings are being developed
|Title:||New approaches to learning during clinical placement|
|Additional information:||vol 33 (Supplement)|
|Keywords:||clinical placement, speech and language therapy students, professional education, adult learners, speech, speech and language therapy, therapy|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Life Sciences|
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