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Social work field education : views and visions

Author: Gayla Rogers
Publisher: Dubuque, Iowa : Kendall/Hunt Pub. Co., ©1995.
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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Social work field education.
Dubuque, Iowa : Kendall/Hunt Pub. Co., ©1995
(OCoLC)604273358
Online version:
Social work field education.
Dubuque, Iowa : Kendall/Hunt Pub. Co., ©1995
(OCoLC)632036032
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gayla Rogers
ISBN: 0787209716 9780787209711
OCLC Number: 33134586
Notes: "Edited collection of refereed papers is drawn from the juried selections presented at the Conference on Field Education in Social Work held in Calgary, Canada, June 1994"--Page 4 of cover.
Description: ix, 548 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTS --
Views and visions: a way forward / Gayla Rogers --
The promise of field education in social work / Dean Scheck --
Creating effective university-field partnerships: an analysis of two inter-organization models for field education / Marion Bogo, Judith Globerman --
The teaching centre model of field education / Annette Bot [and others] --
Fair exchange: collaberation between social work schools and field agencies in an environment of scarcity / Emeline Homonoff, Pamela Maltz --
The trend to program management in hospitals: implications for social work education / Butch Nutter, Ron Levin, Margot Herbert --
Social work and the new integrative hospital / Judith Globerman, Marion Bogo --
Community-based field placements: recent innovations / Helen Szewello Allen, Eric Shragge --
"No we don't ... yes we do ... want a fields placement student": a program development initiative in fields education / Janet Fitzpatrick, Sue Murray --
Student placements in correctional settings / Robert W. McClelland --
A MSW training program: an unique collaboration / Diana Filiano, Paula Bergman, Bertha Murphy --
A reflective/inductive model of practice: emphasizing theory-building for unique cases versus applying theory to practice / Nick Coady --
Teaching the unteachable? The teaching of ethics in field education / Sheena B. Findlay --
Social work writing: learning by doing / Anthony Paré. Helen Szewello Allen --
Live simulation in field instructor training / Gail Kenyon --
Special issues in the education of field instructors / Urania Glassman --
Using open learning materials in field education / Mark Doel, Steven Shardlow --
Learning tools: a valuable component of the field instruction process / Sherrill Hershberg, Joanne Moffatt --
Use of structured consultation for learning issues in field education / Barbara Thomlison, Don Collins --
The use of the reflecting team to enhance student learning / Jan Koopmans --
Student perceptions of reflective team supervision / Barbara Thomlison --
Building on strengths: reconceptualizing evaluating student performance in field practicum / Kate McGoey-Smith --
The student-at-risk in the practicum / Heather Coleman, Don Collins, Debbie Aikins --
Further explorations of the liaison role: a view from the field / Anne E. Fortune, et al. --
Field instructors' perceptions of the social work field education process / Ina Freeman, Forrest C. (Bud) Hansen --
A view from urban and rural field instructors: perspectives on social work practice and education / Barry L. Hall, Gayla Rogers --
The anxiety of change: narcissistic development of social work interns at a field placement in distress / Emeline Homonoff, et al. --
Student empowerment: models for the practicum placement process / Joan Feyer, Walene Whitaker --
Reengaging social work education with the public social services: the California experience and its relevance to Canada / Bart Grossman, Robin Perry --
Principles of social work practicum education / Luke J. Fusco --
An empirical approach to defining quality components in field education / Stephen Nixon, et al. --
Cultural diversity in field work education: a practice model for enhancing cross cultural knowledge / Narda Razack, Eli Teram, Myrta Rivera Sahas --
Addressing diversity in the practicum: workshop materials and guide / Helena Summers, Roxanne Powers --
Promoting multiculturalism: social work and the cultural resources unit of the Calgary police service / Dave Este, et al. --
Field education for students with disabilities: front door/back door; negotiation/accomodation/mediation / Martha Bial, Maxine Lynn --
Building relationships with first nations communities and agencies: implications for field education and practice / Helena Summers, Michael Yellow Bird --
After democracy breaks out: challenges in the preparation of social workers for new roles in Brazilian society / Mary K. Rodwell --
A creative approach to reaching out to marginal populations / Maria Teresa Trainer --
The nature and resolution of conflict in the context of practicum training in clinical psychology / Candace Konnert --
Managing dilemmas in field education in a faculty of education / Garth D. Benson --
Teaching caring in conflicted systems: field placement teaching in family medicine / Russell J. Sawa --
Managing dilemmas/issues/conflicts in clinical placements, faculty of nursing / Arlene Johnston --
Field education: a pedagogy of its own / Gayla Rogers.
Responsibility: edited by Gayla Rogers.
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