Peer supervision no one knows as much as all of us

Peer supervision differs from more traditional forms of supervision in that it doesn’t require the presence of a more qualified, identified expert in the process – a supervisor. Peer supervision usually refers to reciprocal arrangements in which peers work together for mutual benefit where developmental feedback is emphasised and self directed learning and evaluation is encouraged…┬áSome of the benefits of peer supervision include increased access/frequency of supervision, reciprocal learning through the sharing of experiences, increased skills and responsibility for self assessment and decreased dependency on expert supervisors..