Undertaking an international workplace learning experience presents a number ofchallenges, from both an educational and personal perspective. However there aretremendous rewards to be gained from supervising an international workplace learningexperience and each of us has come back with fond memories of the people, places andexperiences we encountered. Much is written about the challenges and issues, as well as thebenefits from a student or institutional perspective (Lee, 2004; Stanley, 2011; Henry,Preston, Webb-Were, Ballenger & Stanley, 2012; Stanley, 2014; Roberts 2015). However,this article offers our insights into the benefits of international workplace learningsupervision from the educator's perspective.
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||Australian Nurse Teacher Society|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|