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Every Social Work Educator Matters: Reflective Spaces in Social Work Education. Gillian Ruch University of Southampton. Background. Personal interests Professional practices and modelling Professional ethics. The Model: theoretical underpinnings. Psycho-dynamic thinking and feeling - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Every Social Work Educator Matters: Reflective Spaces in Social Work Education

    Gillian Ruch University of Southampton

  • BackgroundPersonal interests

    Professional practices and modelling

    Professional ethics

  • The Model:theoretical underpinningsPsycho-dynamic thinking and feeling

    Systemic and social constructionist ideas -curiosity, not knowing, multiple perspectives

    Reflective practice - resolving dichotomies

  • A Relationship-based Model of Reflection Stage One - Presentation (c.10 mins)

    Stage Two - Group Discussion (c. 25 mins)

    Stage Three - Whole Group Discussion (c. 15mins)

  • Ground RulesTalking within the group

    No writing

    Phrasing questions

    Using language carefully

  • Initial Conundrums..Membership

    Presenting Issue

    Foundations of safety and trust

  • Experiences and DilemmasHumanising

    Paradoxical

    Individual and collective

    Unexpected

    Facilitating in the family

    Ethics and emotions

  • BibliographyRuch, G. (2007) Thoughtful Practice: child care social work and the role of case discussion, CFSW 12, 4, pp.370-379.

    Fook, J. and Gardner, F. (2007) Critical Reflection: a resource handbook, Buckingham, OUP.

    Fook, J. and Askelund, G. (2007) The Challenges of Critical Reflection:nothing ventured, nothing gained, Social Work Education, 26, 5, pp.520-533.

    Price, H. (2000) Creating a Space for Reflection on Teaching. The 1997-99 Department of Human Relations work discussion groups, Journal of Social Work practice, 14, 2, pp160-170.

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