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PAIRED PLACEMENTS- RRCG KATIE HALL UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL
Background 60 science trainees 25 biology trainees 35 physical science trainees 40 schools – Wales and Devon Approx.12 placements short 2008-9
Four varied schools –Experience in paired placements –LAs –Rural or city –Independent school –Training school
The Paired placement SpecialismMentor –Mentor meeting Y shaped model
Advantages PupilsPartnership To the trainees
Modelling Professional dialog Raised profile as able to get more involved in school life Broader experience Evaluation –Comparing
To the students 3 teachers in the classroom –Split groups Energy and ideas Recent expertise in subject knowledge
Partnership Smaller, closer partnership RecruitmentMoney?
Disadvantages Trainees –Comparing –Less time in mentoring –Tensions WorkloadPlanning
Qualitative vs Quantitative FocusSkills
Other Findings Specialism Mentor needs to brief pupils Mentor- skills Ability of pupils –How much they benefit Concerns over 2 weak trainees –CFC trainees- policy?
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