The paper also discusses social work employment in the U.S. and Canada and the structure of social work education in both countries, including consideration of how the profession is legally regulated in each country. It includes a questionnaire sent to practice teachers and students, a practice teaching workshop and the development of a monitoring system for use in future placements. TO PROMOTE a set of standards in relation to the written presentation of both ideas and experience which reflects the needs and requirements of both practice and education. The research examines the relationship between applicants' pre-admission information and their subsequent performance on the programme. Analysis of the pattern of structure and coherence of personal models of practice also suggests that transfer of learning may be a more problematic competence than conventionally recognised. This paper outlines an attempt to introduce students to ideas that problematise the nature of social work knowledge and encourages a more reflective practice. The findings show that between 4% and 10% of adults' practitioners' service users have alcohol and drug problems depending on the nature of the disability. We concluded with a code of practice for interpretation. Process recordings continue to be a reliable teaching tool for social work education. This paper identifies three issues of critical significance to the development of a local training strategy, namely, language ("vulnerability" versus "rights"), the relative significance of "awareness", and the scheduling of training in relation to overall policy development. Research on Social Work Practice (RSWP), peer-reviewed and published eight times per year, is a disciplinary journal devoted to the publication of empirical research concerning the assessment methods and outcomes of social work â¦ There is a detailed outline and evaluation of the Adult Learning element of the taught programme; the material used, evolving ideas, and the role of the facilitators during the two days of the course are discussed. It is most important that all contributions demonstrate and promote anti-discriminatory and anti-oppressive approaches to training and practice. It describes part of an on-going development and monitoring process initiated with college and practice based teachers at Bath University which is seeking to improve practice at a local level. At posttest, the intervention group became more flexible and open to the broader philosophical perspective of a harm reduction approach while the comparison group became less so. Based on secondary analysis of survey and focus group data from the earlier study, the paper outlines the extent to which workers in these areas of practice encounter alcohol and drug problems and discusses the key challenges this poses for them. In the UK, government is both concerned with improving the performance of public services, including higher education, and with ensuring that the public is aware of improvements in services, to convince the public of the effectiveness of the current regime. This paper discusses shared origins and differences in the social work professions and education programs in the United States and Canada. Current Department of Health guidance on multi-agency policy and procedure to protect vulnerable adults from abuse requires the design and implementation of comprehensive training programmes. Key themes regarding the seemingly complex relationships between performance on the programme and academic background, extent of previous experience and a range of other factors are discussed and examined in relation to other available literature. Three routes to trauma are identified and related to students' past experiences and subsequent dissociative resistance to learning. These were: the struggle to unmask subtle themes of oppression; the use of questioning to raise student awareness and development of self-knowledge; using student biography to facilitate learning on "difference"; and field educator use of self-disclosure during discussions on diversity. There is also evidence of an increased dissatisfaction with the RAE process and outcome between the two RAE exercises. The German sample showed the highest proportions of social work academics with doctoral qualifications, with the lowest levels being found in the Danish sample and the English sample being situated in-between. In doing so, we draw on both our own direct experience and on discussions between over 70 practice teachers, tutors and placement co-ordinators attending a Mid-Yorkshire Social Work Education and Training Planning Group (MYSWETPG) conference hosted by Bradford College in March 2001.We conclude that, given the current difficulties in the field of qualifying training and education for social workers, any significant improvements following from the new degree will remain dependent on the provision of adequate funding for practice learning, in general, and for the training, structured support and affirmation of practice teachers, in particular. The exercise raised issues of training diversity; inter-disciplinary vs. single discipline social work research training; the balance between training in methodology and in substantive topics; the relationship between training and research; and a number of questions about equity and due process. 781. List of issues Latest articles Partial Access; Volume 39 2020 Volume 38 2019 Volume 37 2018 Volume 36 2017 Volume 35 2016 â¦ Despite a recognition that social service workers require training in risk assessment, it would appear that there currently exists minimal information regarding appropriate models for risk assessment to underpin care managers" practice and, as a result, minimal discussion to inform considerations regarding appropriate training in this area. It suggests that excessive or continuous uncertainty generates avoidance or coping strategies, which lead to a resolution by the achievement of an appearance of competence. The Journal of Social Work Education. 249. This means that learning develops within its social environment, be it a student group, workshop, team or project. A new discourse of rights now demands attention. The growth of social work education programs, 1985-1999: Its impact on economic and educational factors related to the profession of social work Article Jan 2003 About this journal. Although the original project was aimed specifically at social work students, the revamped site has been constructed to meet the needs of students from a diverse range of other disciplines. About this journal. Within this context, the authors explore the dynamics of power that exist within the triangular relationship between student, tutor and practice teacher when practice placements take place within child protection settings. In the present context in which social work is undertaken this will not be an easy goal to achieve without considerable commitment and attention to the detailed content and process of social work and the learning opportunities it offers. 2019 Impact Factor. The Harm Reduction Acceptability Scale (HRAS), as well as a two-item response measure, measured pretest and posttest attitudes. email@example.com & Monit Cheung, PhD, LCSW . However, â-˜long-arm supervisionâ-™, often used in group care and other settings as a way of providing placements in units without qualified practice teachers, could provide the basis for future models where the accredited practice teacher takes a management responsibility for planning and co-ordinating a range of learning experiences involving a variety of staff. The Journal of Social Work Education (JSWE) is dedicated to issues relevant to the education and training of social workers at all levels. This paper examines the needs of new and future social work researchers in the light of the overall aims of this particular project. Copyright: 2014-2020 | Scholar Article Journal Index (SAJI). Success is both an effect of and a dynamic in the process of evaluating performance, and increasingly 'excellence' is established as a performance outcome. The second part of the paper explores ways in which these issues can be addressed, in order to first enable collaborative learning to take place and second to promote a climate of learning that empowers learners and models anti-oppressive practice. Findings are discussed with reference to the status of social work knowledge and social work education. It uses a four-stage approach to evaluation in an attempt to explore issues relating to curriculum content, training methods and design, learners' satisfaction with the training and outcomes in respect of practice. REvised frameworks of competence, although necessary, will delay the resurfacing of practice teachers' shared understandings of students' competence, and will ensure that the emphasis in practice teaching will continue to be weighed towards the provision of evidence and its validation, rather than towards the enabling and teaching skills which promote students' learning . Social Work is the premier journal of the social work profession. Internationally there is a need for social workers to be prepared to work with refugees and displaced persons. The article examines their familiarity with social work law, including their training, knowledge base, resources and employer support. A paradox is suggested: in spite of the benefits and difficulties of working with competency based assessment processes, increasing familiarity with the competences and how to provide evidence for them is beginning to root the culture. Consequence Analysis appears responsible for producing the observed changes in attitude towards harm reduction. Drawing on a critical review of relevant theory and research, primarily from the UK, Australia and the USA, and illustrated by the author's experience of winning a National Teaching Fellowship, this paper examines teaching excellence in the context of two recent schemes: the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme and the Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. These issues are illustrated by a local training course which, in addition to imparting basic information on the new agenda and locating the latter within the wider context of adult welfare services generally, actively facilitated practitioners" contributions to multi-agency policy development. The paper ends with arguing that if excellence schemes are to be an established feature of public sector systems, then we must develop strategies to enable them to be implemented equitably, transparently and fit for purpose. Although agency-based practice accounts for approximately half of the period of qualifying education, relatively little is known about the cognitive changes which take place during placements. CiteScore 2018: 1.49. Little consideration, however, has occurred regarding the purpose or goals of this content. However, how should social work educators respond when the quality of interpretation is weak? CSWEâs flagship publication is the Journal of Social Work Education (JSWE), a peer-reviewed professional journal circulated to more than 3,900 members and â¦ This paper uses empirical material from a semi-participant study to explore the relevance of the concept â-˜cloak of competenceâ-™, with reference to the behaviour of tutors and practice teachers. Material was collected in 2004, mainly from schools' Internet websites. Nine of the 14 students regarded the role play assignment as a better learning experience, 1 regarded the essay as more educational, and 4 valued the assignments equally. Erikson examined the interplay between parental education, social class, social status and earnings in relation to children's cognitive ability and educational outcomes. Social work education and subsequent training in working with substance use problems needs to be available to adults' practitioners and it needs to address the specific issues and needs in different areas of social work practice. There are now seven programs and one under development. Material in respect of the 1996 RAE is principally derived from the study by Lyons and Orme; in respect of the 2001 RAE the material is derived from the study conducted by Salford Centre for Social Work Research. Community in the classroom. Widely read by practitioners, faculty, and students, it is the official journal of NASW and is provided to all members as a membership â¦ They analyse information from a questionnaire designed by the authors to focus students', practice teachers' and tutors' thoughts on issues of power. This paper reports the findings of a qualitative research project where student and field educator supervision sessions were recorded, with the view to examining how oppression and diversity were addressed in these sessions. This article examines Welsh language developments on one social work course. Higher the Impact factorâ¦ that it became clear that we had ventured upon a subject that needed to be debated and analysed. 'One of the greatest misconceptions about self-assessment is that it can be undertaken in isolation from others' [Boud (1995) Enhanced Learning through Self-assessment (London, Kogan Page), p. 200]. Children have its place in certain ethnic groups, are incorrectly evaluated as being â¦ A critical analysis is offered of the extent to which CCETSW's requirements on teaching social work law in placements are being realised . Trans-national educational projects are frequently dependent on communication using interpreters. The nature of resistance to learning exhibited by some students is analysed and a causal hypothesis of dissociation is proposed. In respect of social work education, their involvement is too valuable an opportunity to miss and we look forward to further exciting partnerships in the field of practice learning. Authentic Voices: Utilising Audio and Video within an Online Virtual Community, Welsh language developments on a social work course: The Bangor case, Social Work Practice and Education in the US and Canada, Protection studies: Challenging oppression and discrimination, Perceptions of power: An exploration of the dynamics in the student-tutor-practice teacher relationship within child protection placements, Social worker and immigrant client experiences in multicultural service provision: Educational implications, Co-ordinating Learning: The Future of Practice Teaching, Cognitive Change and Learning from Practice: A Longitudinal Study of Social Work Students, Structured process recording: A comprehensive model that incorporates the strengths perspective, Pursued by Excellence: Rewards and the Performance Culture in Higher Education, Spirituality in Social Work Education: A Development and Discussion of Goals that Flow from the Profession's Ethical Mandates, The use of large-group role-play techniques in social work education, Values and rights: Content and form in social work education and practice. Student knowledge about and interest in cross-cultural practice, as evidenced in Canadian and US studies, often remains superficial and marginalized. Students are encouraged to test the theories and understandings offered to them within more traditional forms (lectures, journals, etc.) Criteria for skills and instructions for making the tape are given. The pedagogical influences are explored and are essentially constructivist in orientation with the use of audio and video being examined as adding an 'authentic voice' to the subject matter. It also outlines how the integration of audio and video has enhanced the learning experience for students. The Social Impact of COVID-19 6 April 2020. This article defines social work values and examines research indicating that educational processes do not change basic values. The research attempts to understand better what level of anti-racist practice can be expected of students in short placements and how this might be assessed. The impact of a single citation is given higher value in subject areas where citations are less likely, and vice versa. Journal of Social Work Education & Practice or JSWEP is an international Peer Reviewed Social Work Journal published by Social Workers in India (The number one network of professional social workers in India). The effect of competency based systems of assessment on what practice teachers do has emphasised their role in collecting and validating evidence of competence. It is an effort to publish research articles from social work â¦ This may in part be due to a lack of inclusion of practice wisdom and lived experiences of front-line practitioners and their clients. 5561. The second half of the article relates these general issues to anti-racist workshops for white people; and particularly considers the question of whether such workshops should be led by white or black people . Faculty efforts to measure outcomes in study abroad programs typically fall short of current expectations for measurable results and increased competencies. 1.671 Q1. Key dilemmas concern what is meant by competence, and how far it is possible to identify and reconcile technical and ideological competencies. This article describes the experience of Nottingham and Birmingham Universities in partnership with workers from Advocacy In Action and shows that service‐users, carers and other eligible citizens can and should be involved in deciding fitness for practice and in the managing of that practice, and that such involvement enhances the student experience and lays the foundations for partnership working in the professional arena. In this way, the journal makes a vital contribution to the development of educational theory and practice in relation to social work and social care, promoting a set of standards in relation to the written presentation of ideas and experience which reflects the needs and requirements of both practice and education. Practice teachers' views of the advantages and disadvantages of competency based assessment systems are discussed, and the pressures placed on practice teachers and students identified . It is argued that social work educators have not caught up with the central importance of rights. Journal of Social Work Education & Practice or JSWEP (ISSN: 2456-2068) is an International Peer Reviewed Open Access Social Work Journal published by Social Workers in India Forum. The target groups for the training in this study are Approved Social Workers (ASWs) and specialist drugs workers. Because of CCETSW's concern nationally regarding outcome standards of competence, the Review has also identified and clarified relevant practice requirements to show how units of competence can be evidenced . Professor . This article outlines a number of general issues which arise when attempting to implement an anti-racist policy within an organisation. The SNIP measures contextual citation impact by weighting citations based on the total number of citations in a subject field. Tougher criminal justice policies indicated a change in purpose of the juvenile justice system from rehabilitation to punishment and accountability. The journal will publish material that reflects the wide constituency of social work education and training. Using a formative evaluation framework the paper reflects upon the methods employed to: •identify curriculum content; •promote collaborative working through different approaches to interprofessional learning; and •demonstrate how the training is impacting on practice outcomes. New content ... Journal of Social Work Education, Volume 56, â¦ We are facing a global health crisis unlike any in the 75-year history of the United Nations â one that is killing people, spreading human â¦ For some people there is an obvious connection to social work but for others it seems very far removed from what workers are expected to 'know' or 'do' as part of their day-to-day tasks and responsibilities. Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream Keith Adamson (pictured with his class, top left) created a new course co-developed and co-taught and by members of the disability community titled âSocial Work â¦ International Social Work is a scholarly peer reviewed journal designed to extend knowledge and promote communication in the fields of social development, social â¦ Challenging the abuse of power is seen as a fundamental issue within child protection work which makes unique demands upon the practitioner. Impact Factor is a measure of the importance of a journal. This article begins with an examination of general issues around teaching and learning. Description: The Journal of Social Work Education is a refereed professional journal concerned with education in social work and social welfare. Social Work values have been the subject of extensive discussion relating to interpretation and their application in practice. This article compares the outcomes of the 1996 and 2001 research selectivity exercises in respect of their impact upon the discipline of social work in the United Kingdom. These issues include the paradox that the presence of a formal anti-racist policy may lead to white people being less willing to acknowledge their own racism. Submit an article. Following the recommendations of the Barclay Report for a move on the part of social work towards supporting helping networks in the community, it is necessary to look more closely at the components of â-˜social supportâ-™ and to be clearer about which social networks social workers are being asked to support. Questions about the interaction of competition and equalities issues are raised. (1985) Reflection: Turning Experience into Learning (London, Kogan Page)] - operates in the context of social relationships. The importance of an holistic, non-Eurocentric framework is related to a need for learning opportunities to include both cognitive and emotional elements. An ART (Assessment, Relationship, Treatment) Checklist is provided to enable students to systematically analyze their interventions along a number of dimensions, including strengths. Researching Admissions: What Can We Learn about Selection of Applicants from Findings about Students in Difficulty on a Social Work Programme? This paper explores the findings of a small-scale empirical study of social work admissions data. The intention was to introduce students to the wealth of philosophical and ethical knowledge that has been the underpinning of Western thought in general and social work knowledge in particular. This article will explore the findings of the study and debate the unpalatable dilemma of whether voluntary organisations should potentially distort their purpose in an attempt to secure a future for themselves in placement provision, or withdraw from the field of social work education. Problems encountered by a class of 14 students as they carried out the novel assignment included high anxiety and lapses into inauthentic behaviour on the part of the role play family members . The two groups (total sample size = 150) are drawn from one university in southern England and comprise students from both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Four factors that related to addressing diversity emerged from the supervision material. Theories are reviewed and empirical data are cited that provide a context for understanding, and illustrate the need to address, the issues of spiritual diversity and discrimination. Although carefully collected, accuracy cannot be guaranteed. These findings are considered to have practical significance for the design of similar short duration training programmes within social services. This paper discusses the authors' collective experience of teaching Anti-Oppressive Practice (AOP) Sequences on DipSW Programmes over 5 years, driven by CCETSW's Paper 30, Rules and Requirements for the Diploma in Social Work, and subsequent revisions. Group discussion triggered by an active learning technique is an effective way of addressing this need. Focuses on social work â¦ TO PROVIDE an opportunity for the expression of new ideas and proposals on the structure and content of social care and social work education, training and development. Consideration is given to how the social work professions in the two countries attempt to resolve the possible inherent conflict between an emphasis on dealing with problems of individuals, with intervention approaches such as casework and therapy, and an emphasis on addressing the problems of society, with social reform intervention approaches. With Impact Factors, Five-Year Impact Factors and H-Indexes. Journal of Marriage and Family. Effects of this change on the well being of youth should be a concern of social work, especially given the large number of students choosing school social work as their focus. It is designed to be exploratory in nature and used to illustrate key themes discussed in a previous paper. The Editorial Board welcomes responses to this statement and comments on published material in relation to this position statement. The authors reflect on how these issues of power have both positively and negatively affected the quality of the placement and hypothesise that issues of power existing in the triangular relationship can mirror and replicate those present within families and systems where abuse occurs. Journal of Social Work Education Impact Factor, IF, number of article, detailed information and journal factor. An examination is made of some teaching and learning issues for monolingual and bilingual students and lecturers, which are set within the context of anti-oppressive practice . The relevance of a shared learning method of training delivery is critically discussed and the way in which this was adapted to respond to training needs identified in Birmingham is outlined. Adult learning and practice teaching: Issues for black teachers and learners, Goodness of Fit: Career Goals of MSW Students and the Aims of the Social Work Profession in the United States, Some Issues in Anti-Racist Workshops for White People, Travelling Hopefully: Anti-Racist Practice and Practice Learning Opportunities, Teaching anti-oppressive practice on the diploma in social work: Integrating learning, Social work: 'The appliance of social science' - a cautionary tale, Using role plays in teaching and assessing family therapy skills, Assessing Fitness to Practise and Managing Work‐based Placement, â-˜We work in isolation often and in ignorance occasionallyâ-™: On the experiences of practice teachers teaching and assessing social work law, How the Assessment of Competence in DipSW Is Changing the Culture of Practice Teaching, Training care managers in risk assessment: Outcomes of an in-service training programme, â-˜The cloak of competenceâ-™: Assessment dilemmas in social work education, Fit for Purpose: Issues from Practice Placements, Practice Teaching and the Assessment of Students' Practice. 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