Learning and Teaching in Social Work: Towards Reflective Practice

JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERSISBN: 9781853022371

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Margaret Yelloly,Mary Henkel
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240

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Introduction. Margaret Yelloly and Mary Henkel. Part A The Epistemological Environment: Changing Theories of Knowledge and Social Work Education, Mary Henkel; Intersubjectivity and Mutual influence in Family Patterns, Gill Gorell Barnes. Part B Professional Education: The Nature and Purposes of Professional Education, Marilyn Pietroni; Interprofessional Training, Judith Trowell; On Competence, Margaret Yelloly. Part C The Learning Environment and the Learning Process: The Dynamics of the Learning Group, Penny Youll and Clare Walker; Who Cares if the Room is Cold? Practicalities and Projections in the Management of Courses, Lynette Hughes and Paul Pengelly; Learning through Supervision: A Systematic Approach, Judy Hildebrand; Child Observation and Social Work: From Subjectivity Toward Realism, Stephen Briggs. Part D Contributions to Education and Practice: Antiracism Revisited, Ilan Katz; Creativity and Child Protection Social Work, Rose Stanford.

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