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Innovations in Practice Learning

AUTHOR : Edited by Sue Taplin

ISBN : 9781912096121

Edition No : 1

Publication : Sep 2, 2018

Extent : 160 pgs

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As a social work practice educator and trainer, it is useful to seek advice from more experienced colleagues who could help you find ways to overcome difficulties you may encounter in supporting individual students. This book is a handy companion for those times when a colleague is not readily available.


The editor, Sue Taplin, chose these contributors for their practice wisdom and because she knew that, from their own experience, they had developed innovative practice that you can adapt to find your own solutions to the problems that you face. The contributors can be said to be experts by experience in their chosen field, some are practitioners, some are academics, but all have faced difficulties in the real world of practice learning and have been generous enough to offer to contribute a chapter to this edited textbook.


Preface Emeritus Professor Mark Doel

Introduction Dr Sue Taplin 

Chapter One Generation Y Reflections on our current generation of learners

Chapter Two Capabilities and Standards: Problem-based Capability Model (PBC) an holistic tool for Social Work Practice

Chapter Three Supervision within placement : what students can expect and how to get the best from it

Chapter Four Stories, storytelling and their contribution to learning

Chapter Five Applying Law in Practice - Weapon, Tool, Manual or Barrier?

Chapter Six Anti-Oppressive Practice, Social Work Values and Ethics

Chapter Seven Listening to Black Students: A critical review of practice education

Chapter Eight Supporting Students with Dyslexia on Placement- Theory into Practice






Sue Taplin is registered as a Social Worker in England and has a wealth of practice experience in palliative care and bereavement support.

She has held a number of academic posts which have largely focused on service user and carer involvement and in the co-ordination of practice learning opportunities for students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

In 2012 Sue was awarded a Professional Doctorate in Social Work from the University of East Anglia and she is a regular presenter at national and international conferences on her doctoral research as well as on numerous aspects of pedagogic practice.

Sue is currently a Visiting Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Hertfordshire.


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