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Developing reflective practice

Making sense of social work in a world of change



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This resource employs a "bottom-up" approach to learning. Examples of social work practice with children and families are presented, providing real-life illustrations of the dilemmas and challenges facing practitioners. Educators and practitioners provide analytic commentaries on course work submitted by social workers studying on a post-qualifying programme, indicating what went well, what didn't go well, and where improvements might have been made. Implications for policy and practice from the perspective of the middle manager are provided, along with a list of learning points.

Author Biography

Helen Martyn was formerly Lecturer in Social Work, Goldsmith College, University of London.
Release date NZ
June 28th, 2000
Edited by Helen Martyn
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Policy Press
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