About this book
Learning and self-development is a continuous process for social workers, and practitioners must keep abreast of new knowledge, guidance and legislation in order to keep growing professionally.
In this innovative text, an expert group of authors from a range of academia and practice settings highlights the importance of traditional approaches to learning, such as reflective practice and motivation, and introduces more contemporary methods such as coaching, service user participation and developing digital competence.
Strongly practical in its approach, the book enables the reader to engage with the content in bite-size pieces, encouraging them to learn in whatever way works best for them. Features include:
• Over 40 reflective tools, exercises and templates that can be used by learners and educators independently or in groups, in the classroom or the workplace
• A wealth of case material to illustrate key points
• An inspiring collection of first-hand narratives from social workers learning and developing in the field.
This is an invaluable resource for educators and a must-read sourcebook for learners – be they students, newly qualified social workers or practitioners wishing to attend to their own professional development.
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- Transformative Learning for Social Work
- Macmillan Education UK
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