Presentation on theme: "Evaluation of Work Placements education-curriculum Dr Poppy Turner"— Presentation transcript:
Evaluation of Work Placements education-curriculum Dr Poppy Turner
Aims of the project: To enable effective evaluation of placement situations To enhance staff understanding of placement learning To help define expected placement learning outcomes To disseminate good practice in placement evaluation What has been achieved so far? Guidance for the Evaluation of Work Placements Frameworks and Models for the Analytical Evaluation of Work Placements What next? Two half-day workshops on 27 February and 5 March
Guidance for the Evaluation of Work Placements includes: The significance of placement learning Its promoters and inhibitors (or what matters in placement learning?) Definition of high quality placements Evaluation in advance of placement During placement Post placement Placement learning outcomes
Frameworks and Models for the Analytical Evaluation of Work Placements includes: Summary of the processes involved in effective evaluation Frameworks = questions that need to be answered to ensure evaluation is effective One for employers perspectives, one for students perspectives Is there alignment or disparity between them? Models = diagrams to illustrate placement situations.
Workshops. Two, complementary: Opportunity to explore placement learning, its promoters and inhibitors Identify what constitutes high quality placements, in terms of their potential to facilitate student learning Introduction to Guidance for Evaluation of Work Placements. Opportunity to think about anticipated Learning Outcomes Explores what to do if a placement is less than ideal? Opportunity to explore evaluation in more depth Introduction to Frameworks and Models for the Analytical Evaluation of Work Placements Opportunity to practise using the frameworks and models
Invitation These informal workshops will deal with placement learning in a fun way, with plenty of chances to chat to other interested colleagues Please join us on 27 February (pm) and 5 March (am) Register by ing by 20