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Learning Through Field: A Developmental Approach - Cochrane, Susan F.; Hanley, Marla Martin
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1998, ISBN: 0205268099

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[EAN: 9780205268092], [PU: Pearson], Social Science|Social Work, Education|Higher, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Most chapters include "Vignettes," "Developmental Features," "Journal Assignments," "Seminar Activities," "References," and "Additional Readings." Introduction. The Developmental Stages in Field Education. How to Use This Book Developmental Stages in Field Chart. I. BEGINNING. 1. Preparing to Learn. Stage 1 Chart. Integration and Application. What Is Field? What to Expect from Others. What to Expect from Yourself. Table 1.1 Check Out Your Fit with Social Work. 2. Planning Your Orientation. Stage 1 Chart. The Value of Planned Orientation. Micro Level of Orientation. Table 2.1 Orientation Plan. Mezzo Level of Orientation. Macro Level of Orientation. Form 2.1 Beginning Agreement. Form 2.2 Agency Presentation Outline. 3. Focusing Your Learning. Stage 1 Chart. Assess Program Requirements. Assess Agency Possibilities. Assess Personal Needs. Table 3.1 Learning Contract. Planning a Learning Contract. Form 3.1 Learning Contract. 4. Beginning the Work. Stage 1 Chart. Tuning In. Explaining Your Role. Prepare to Listen for Unspoken Messages. Review Your Work. Form 4.1 Work Presentation. II. REALITY CONFRONTATION. 5. Building Skills in Supervision and Feedback. Stage 2 Chart. Understanding Supervision. Feedback: A Central Skill. Table 5.1 SPIN: Guidelines for Feedback. 6. Confronting Difficult Issues. Stage 2 Chart. Why Confront Difficult Issues? Table 6.1 Examples of Difficult Issues. The Importance of Using Consultation. Skills for Confronting Difficult Issues. Form 6.1 Evaluating Your Group Participation. Form 6.2 Peer Consultation Request. III. RELATIVE MASTERY. 7. Shaping a Professional Self. Stage 3 Chart. Moving Toward a More Aware Practice. Table 7.1 Developing a Personal Style. Moving Toward a More Active Practice. Table 7.2 Markers of Active Practice. Moving Toward a More Analytical Practice. Table 7.3 Seven Step Model of Ethical Decision Making. Form 7.1 Professional Behavior Checklist. 8. Taking Risks. Stage 3 Chart. Workplace Differences. Table 8.1 Cultural Competence Continuum. Workplace Dynamics. Workplace Skills. IV. CLOSURE. 9. Ending and Looking Ahead. Stage 4 Chart. Handling Endings. Process of Termination. Moving on: Life beyond Field. Table 9.1 Tasks for Termination. Form 9.1 Field Evaluation. Appendices. Appendix A: Steps to Finding a Field Placement. Appendix B: Interviewing with an Agency. Appendix C: Application for Social Work Field Position. Appendix D: Field Practicum in Place of Employment. Appendix E: Decision Map. Appendix F: Codes of Ethics. Index.

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1998, ISBN: 0205268099

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[EAN: 9780205268092], Neubuch, [PU: Pearson], Social Science|Social Work, Education|Higher, Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Most chapters include "Vignettes," "Developmental Features," "Journal Assignments," "Seminar Activities," "References," and "Additional Readings." Introduction. The Developmental Stages in Field Education. How to Use This Book Developmental Stages in Field Chart. I. BEGINNING. 1. Preparing to Learn. Stage 1 Chart. Integration and Application. What Is Field? What to Expect from Others. What to Expect from Yourself. Table 1.1 Check Out Your Fit with Social Work. 2. Planning Your Orientation. Stage 1 Chart. The Value of Planned Orientation. Micro Level of Orientation. Table 2.1 Orientation Plan. Mezzo Level of Orientation. Macro Level of Orientation. Form 2.1 Beginning Agreement. Form 2.2 Agency Presentation Outline. 3. Focusing Your Learning. Stage 1 Chart. Assess Program Requirements. Assess Agency Possibilities. Assess Personal Needs. Table 3.1 Learning Contract. Planning a Learning Contract. Form 3.1 Learning Contract. 4. Beginning the Work. Stage 1 Chart. Tuning In. Explaining Your Role. Prepare to Listen for Unspoken Messages. Review Your Work. Form 4.1 Work Presentation. II. REALITY CONFRONTATION. 5. Building Skills in Supervision and Feedback. Stage 2 Chart. Understanding Supervision. Feedback: A Central Skill. Table 5.1 SPIN: Guidelines for Feedback. 6. Confronting Difficult Issues. Stage 2 Chart. Why Confront Difficult Issues? Table 6.1 Examples of Difficult Issues. The Importance of Using Consultation. Skills for Confronting Difficult Issues. Form 6.1 Evaluating Your Group Participation. Form 6.2 Peer Consultation Request. III. RELATIVE MASTERY. 7. Shaping a Professional Self. Stage 3 Chart. Moving Toward a More Aware Practice. Table 7.1 Developing a Personal Style. Moving Toward a More Active Practice. Table 7.2 Markers of Active Practice. Moving Toward a More Analytical Practice. Table 7.3 Seven Step Model of Ethical Decision Making. Form 7.1 Professional Behavior Checklist. 8. Taking Risks. Stage 3 Chart. Workplace Differences. Table 8.1 Cultural Competence Continuum. Workplace Dynamics. Workplace Skills. IV. CLOSURE. 9. Ending and Looking Ahead. Stage 4 Chart. Handling Endings. Process of Termination. Moving on: Life beyond Field. Table 9.1 Tasks for Termination. Form 9.1 Field Evaluation. Appendices. Appendix A: Steps to Finding a Field Placement. Appendix B: Interviewing with an Agency. Appendix C: Application for Social Work Field Position. Appendix D: Field Practicum in Place of Employment. Appendix E: Decision Map. Appendix F: Codes of Ethics. Index.

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Prentice Hall, 189 Seiten, L=276mm, B=208mm, H=15mm, Gew.=558gr, [GR: 27460 - TB/Sozialarbeit], [SW: - Textbooks], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Those new to social work know that their fieldwork experience is the most fulfilling, gratifying aspect of their job. Yet is also can be the most confusing, stressful, challenging and frightening part. This book, therefore is intended for new social workers to help them discover, understand and benefit from the developmental process of their fieldwork. Written in a friendly, helpful manner, the book helps readers to identify their strengths, needs, and learning styles; to become familiar with agency organization on the micro, mezzo, and macro levels; to formulate their field goals and strategize ways to evaluate learning; to develop and to build on the supervisory relationship; and to end their placement in a thoughtful and effective manner. Novice social workers, social work teachers and social service professionals. Those new to social work know that their fieldwork experience is the most fulfilling, gratifying aspect of their job. Yet is also can be the most confusing, stressful, challenging and frightening part. This book, therefore is intended for new social workers to help them discover, understand and benefit from the developmental process of their fieldwork. Written in a friendly, helpful manner, the book helps readers to identify their strengths, needs, and learning styles; to become familiar with agency organization on the micro, mezzo, and macro levels; to formulate their field goals and strategize ways to evaluate learning; to develop and to build on the supervisory relationship; and to end their placement in a thoughtful and effective manner. Novice social workers, social work teachers and social service professionals.

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Incl. building skills in supervision & feedback; confronting difficult issues; taking risks; finding a field placement. Textbooks New Books ~~ Political Science & Government~~ Public Policy ~~ Social Services & Welfare Learning-Through-Field~~Susan-F-Cochrane Pearson Those new to social work know that their fieldwork experience is the most fulfilling, gratifying aspect of their job. Yet is also can be the most confusing, stressful, challenging and frightening part. This book, therefore is intended for new social workers to help them discover, understand and benefit from the developmental process of their fieldwork. Written in a friendly, helpful manner, the book helps readers to identify their strengths, needs, and learning styles; to become familiar with agency organization on the micro, mezzo, and macro levels; to formulate their field goals and strategize ways to evaluate learning; to develop and to build on the supervisory relationship; and to end their placement in a thoughtful and effective manner. Novice social workers, social work teachers and social service professionals.

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Learning Through Field: A Developmental Approach

Those new to social work know that their fieldwork experience is the most fulfilling, gratifying aspect of their job. Yet is also can be the most confusing, stressful, challenging and frightening part. This book, therefore is intended for new social workers to help them discover, understand and benefit from the developmental process of their fieldwork. Written in a friendly, helpful manner, the book helps readers to identify their strengths, needs, and learning styles; to become familiar with agency organization on the micro, mezzo, and macro levels; to formulate their field goals and strategize ways to evaluate learning; to develop and to build on the supervisory relationship; and to end their placement in a thoughtful and effective manner. Novice social workers, social work teachers and social service professionals.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780205268092
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0205268099
Paperback
Publishing year: 1998
Publisher: Prentice Hall
189 Pages
Weight: 0,558 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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