4 edition of Making the most of fieldwork education found in the catalog.
by Chapman & Hall, Distributed in the USA and Canada by Singular Pub. Group in London, New York, San Diego, Calif
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Auldeen Alsop, Susan Ryan.|
|LC Classifications||RM735.42 .A47 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 243 p. :|
|Number of Pages||243|
|ISBN 10||0412601907, 1565934393|
|LC Control Number||96084232|
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The focus upon the students' experience reflects the central tenet of the book: the responsibility, challenge and pleasure of life-long learning. Making the Most of Fieldwork Education: A Practical Approach - Auldeen Alsop, Susan Ryan - Google Books.
Making the Most of Fieldwork Education gives practical guidance to students, taking them though the process of planning, preparing for, experiencing and evaluating fieldwork education. Practical exercises are included to assist students and enable them to. Making the Most of Fieldwork Education: A Practical Approach Paperback – 14 Jun.
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Practical exercises are included to assist students and enable them to learn through a range of experiences. Part One: Professional & Organizational Contexts of Fieldwork 1. What is fieldwork education. The fieldwork curriculum 3. Fieldwork dynamics 4. The context of fieldwork5. Allocation of placements 6.
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Fieldwork Education was created to offer practical, accessible and jargon-free help to schools that was firmly rooted in best practice and research. Our founders recognised that students’ learning was the single most important factor by which teachers, schools and communities contributing to that learning should be judged by.
Fieldwork refers to any component of the curriculum that involves leaving the classroom and learning through firsthand experience. Most instructors incorporate fieldwork to help students understand theory, develop skills, integrate knowledge, build tacit knowledge, develop meaning in places, and work with peers and instructors in alternate settings.
Making the most of your fieldwork learning opportunity Larkin, Helen and Hamilton, AnitaMaking the most of your fieldwork learning opportunity. In Stagnitti, Karen, Schoo, Adrian and Welch, Dianne (ed), Clinical and fieldwork placement in the health professions, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, Vic., pp Cohn, E.
() Fieldwork Education: shaping a foundation for clinical reasoning. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 43 (4), –4. PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar. 16 Field education standards for social work programs 18 The AASW Practice Standards: Creating learning opportunities 19 Ethical expectations: the AASW Code of Ethics 20 The role of the organisation Special case: work-based placement 25 Field educator roles Becoming a ﬁeld educator as a boundary encounter.
fieldwork in natural settings, placebased education, fieldwork’s related strategies, fieldwork and motivation, and roadblocks to implementing fieldwork. The background of findings on fieldwork is extensive (Barnet, Chavez, Deni, et. al. The SAGE Handbook of Fieldwork presents the first major overview of this method in all its variety, introducing the reader to the strengths, weaknesses, and 'real world' applications of fieldwork techniques.
Its 22 carefully chosen chapters are each based on a substantive field of empirical enquiry, written by an acknowledged expert in the field.This text has been written to support students as they progress through each stage of the field placement process, and also to support the human service field supervisor who will be responsible for them.
Set out in curriculum format, the text concentrates on describing tools that can be used to maximise learning opportunities.