every social work educator matters: reflective spaces in social work education
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Every Social Work Educator Matters: Reflective Spaces in Social Work Education
Gillian Ruch University of Southampton
Professional practices and modelling
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
Using language carefully
Foundations of safety and trust
Experiences and DilemmasHumanising
Individual and collective
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.