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Reflective Reader: Social Work and Human Development

by Karin Crawford Learning Matters
Pub Date:
04/2006
ISBN:
9781844450503
Format:
Pbk 168 pages
Price:
AU$76.00 NZ$77.39
Product Status: In Stock Now
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This book is an original way to introduce students and practitioners to reflective learning and knowledge-based practice, both of which are key aspects of a social worker’s role. Readers will consider the impact of social work practice from a life course perspective by using extracts from topical research, theory, academic texts and national strategy and policy. Numerous activities prompt personal reflection and help readers to develop skills in critical analysis, as well as providing ways in which they can evidence the impact this learning has on their professional development.

Introduction
Human life course development and social work practice
Early childhood development
Development in the middle years of childhood
Development in adolescence
Development in adulthood
Development in later adulthood
Developing as a reflective practitioner
References
Glossary
Index

Karin Crawford is Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Lincoln, where she has responsibility for supporting learners, teaching and curriculum development in the area of health, social care and management, both at undergraduate and post-qualifying levels. She also has experience of working with other European countries to develop teaching and learning in health and social care.