This text discusses some of the exciting ways we are examining issues in professional education. It covers actual content (for example the introduction of dysphagia to the curriculum), new methods for learning (problem–based learning and information technology developments), how speech and language therapists develop competence and what is critical in the transition to becoming a qualified therapist. The longtstanding placement problem is addressed by innovative work using different professional learning models, such as peer placements and school–based placements. The reader is provided with detailed practical advice about how to approach these models.
The book represents some of the current work in universities and speech and language services in the UK and reveals the creativity and commitment to an expanding subject area.
Aspects of The process.
Education for Competent Speech and Language Therapy Practice.
Case based Problem Solving for Speech and Language Therapy Students.
The Transition From Speech and Language Therapy Students to qualified Professional.
Fit for Practice.
New Models for Clinical placement.
Approaches to Teaching Dysphagia to Speech and Language Therapy students.
Developments and Applications.
Getting Professional Education Online.
Case Based Teaching and Clinical reasoning.
Seeing how Students Think With Patsy.