Learning to Practise Social Work

International Approaches

This important and accessible book deals with current issues in practice teaching and learning in social work for practitioners, students and academics. Written from an international perspective, this book draws together the knowledge and experiences of those from different countries working in a variety of social work settings.

The contributors highlight the links and collaboration between college-based and practice-based learning, and discuss the diversity of the settings in which social work takes place. The book as a whole demonstrates the existence of universal issues and opportunities as well as detailing differences in practice teaching and learning. In this way it is an essential guide to the working of social work for practice teachers, practitioners and students.
$45.00
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The Hong Kong Journal of Social Work

The book is interesting and makes worthwhile reading for social work educators, and practice teachers in particular. The readers are exposed to a wide range of possible arrangements conducive to student learning in fieldwork placements. The authors share their ideas, experience, reflection and insights - providing plenty of food for thought to its readers.

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