Field education is considered by social workers to be the most crucial part of their professional preparation, as it allows students to engage with communities, apply theoretical concepts, and develop their skill sets. In Achieving Competence in Social Work Through Field Education, Marion Bogo synthesizes current and emerging knowledge on field education with the latest findings in the empirical literature. Bogo, an international leader in social work field education, has published extensively in the field. This new book delves into the rich theoretical and practical knowledge advancements of recent years to synthesize the processes that facilitate hands-on learning. With in-depth frameworks, approaches, and educational principles, as well as an appendix of evaluation tools, Bogo's writing is both insightful and widely applicable. Achieving Competence in Social Work through Field Education is accessible for faculty members, field instructors, and students who are looking to explore the possibilities of field teaching and learning in social work.The Clinical Supervisor, 19(2), 109a22. ... Differential use of group teaching in first year field work. ... Supervision of lesbian, gay, and bisexual social work students by heterosexual field instructors: A qualitative dyad analysis. ... Fostering critical reflection in adulthood: A guide to transformative and emancipatory learning.
|Title||:||Achieving Competence in Social Work Through Field Education|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 2010|