Learning Through Field: A Developmental Approach
Those new to social work know that their fieldwork experience is the most fulfilling, gratifying aspect of their job. Yet is also can be the most confusing, stressful, challenging and frightening part. This book, therefore is intended for new social workers to help them discover, understand and benefit from the developmental process of their fieldwork. Written in a friendly, helpful manner, the book helps readers to identify their strengths, needs, and learning styles; to become familiar with agency organization on the micro, mezzo, and macro levels; to formulate their field goals and strategize ways to evaluate learning; to develop and to build on the supervisory relationship; and to end their placement in a thoughtful and effective manner. Novice social workers, social work teachers and social service professionals.
Specifications of Learning Through Field: A Developmental Approach
|Author||Susan F. Cochrane, Marla Martin Hanley|
|Number Of Pages||189|
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