Abstract

Perceptions of the Same Site Model (SSM) of fieldwork, where students complete a Level I and Level II fieldwork requirement in the same setting, were examined by survey. The benefits, drawbacks, and implications of the SSM are discussed. Fieldwork educators and students identified gaining familiarity with the setting, increased comfort and decreased anxiety, and preparation for Level II fieldwork as benefits of this model. The SSM survey results suggest that this model may be helpful in decreasing stress associated with fieldwork as experienced by students and fieldwork educators.

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