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|Statement||Martha L. Urbanowski, Margaret M. Dwyer.|
|Contributions||Dwyer, Margaret M.|
|LC Classifications||HV11 .U73 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 180 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||88016494|
Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn is for field instructors and for students. The book lays out, step-by-step, how to achieve a quality field education experience for both students and field instructors by placing the field instructor student relationship as central to achieving learning goals and objectives. This how-to in field instruction Cited by: 8. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software An illustration of two photographs. Learning through field instruction Item Preview remove-circlePages: The book emphasizes the importance and potential of alternative learning methods through the use of hands-on activities. Exercises allow students to learn by doing so they can get comfortable using the necessary tools, knowledge, techniques, and theories of social Edition: 3rd Field Instruction: A Guide for Social Work Students, Seventh Edition - Ebook written by David Royse, Surjit Singh Dhooper, Karen Badger. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Field Instruction: A Guide for Social Work Students, Seventh Edition.
Learning in the field has traditionally been one of the fundamental components of the geoscience curriculum. In light of the historical value that has been ascribed to field instruction, there is a surprising paucity of scholarly studies that provide the direct evidence to support these claims. Field Instruction and the Social Work Curriculum 3 4. engage diversity and difference in practice; 5. advance human rights and social and economic justice; 6. engage in research-informed practice and practice-informed research; 7. apply knowledge of human behavior and the social environment; 8. engage in policy practice to advance social and economic well-being. Field instruction is the heart of social work training. This key component of social work training has been placed under increasing pressure in the Eastern Cape. Learning through field instruction. Field Instructor Orientation familiarizes new field instructors with their role and responsibilities as educators as well as the expectations of field instruction. It describes policies pertinent to the field experience and discusses curricular issues that define the student’s expected field learning assignments, including the competencies.
through work. So field learning is regarded as the missing link between theory and professional practice (Parker, ). The whole process resembles a theatrical rehearsal, as students are gradually prepared to play the role of the future social worker. In particular, at the final stage of fieldwork. Field education is the signature pedagogy of social work. Through close working relationships with a broad range of agencies within a mile radius of Binghamton University, the Department of Social Work demonstrates its commitment to the community by dedicating service to various populations. Carrol, D., and McCuan, P.A specialized role function approach to field instruction in social administrationDawson, B.G. Supervising the undergraduate in a psychiatric settingDeJong, C.R. Field instruction for undergraduate social work education in rural areasGitterman, A. New field instructors also may be required to attend field instruction workshops or classes. • Be realistic about expectations. Field instruction takes a serious investment in time, typically at least one or two hours per week in supervision with students plus additional time for providing feedback on student assignments, preparing.