Knowledge Exchange Space
Unblocking the Log Jam of Work-based Placements - Is Peer Enhanced ePlacement the Answer for Healthcare and Other Disciplines?
Covid 19 brought significant disruption, delays, backlogs, and challenges for work-based 'placements', especially in health and social care courses. Peer Enhanced E-Placement (PEEP) provides a sustainable model with rich and meaningful learning for students, and rapid adoption by staff, with equivalent or better outcomes. A quick tour through PEEP philosophy, approaches, agility and adaptability.
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Education Alchemists Ltd, UK
Professor Gilly Salmon, PhD, PFHEA, NTF. is CEO & Principal Consultant. She has 30 years’ experience at senior levels, in universities in the UK and Australia. She has initiated, strategized, implemented & completed significant institutional change. Her experience & background includes the UK Open University as well as Associate Dean (Online) & Pro Vice-Chancellor roles in research-intensive and in vocational institutions.
She recently spent two years as academic director at an Online Programme Management company. Gilly Salmon is now an Adjunct Professor at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, & Visiting Professor at Edge Hill University, close to Liverpool, UK.
See her web site www.gillysalmon.com