1. In supervision, the student reflects on issues arising in their practice that relate to values and principles of Social Work.
Field Educator and student use reflection and values exercises to consider core social work values in social work practice ie Respect for persons, social justice, professional integrity AASW (2010) and how these apply to the setting. See AASW Code of Ethics (2010). Website: http://www.aasw.asn.au/document/item/740
2. Student's reflection on practice leads to their practice becoming more consistent with Social Work values and principles.
Reflective practice objectives specified in Learning plan – includes relationship to values and principles of social work’
See ALPS (Assessment and Learning in Practice Settings) – choose ‘downloadable version’ of the ALPs Ethical Practice Map: http://www.alps-cetl.ac.uk/maps.html
3. Student relates reflection on practice to their developing skills and knowledge.
FE and student discuss in supervision what reflection and critical reflection entail in practice. See: Fook & Gardner: http://mcgraw-hill.co.uk/openup/fook&gardner/
For what is reflection: http://www.learningdevelopment.plymouth.ac.uk/LDstudyguides/pdf/11Reflection.pdf
Student practices social work tasks in role plays and reflects on these in learning journal and in supervision.
Student engages in social work tasks as appropriate and reflects on these in learning journals and in supervision.
Field educator breaks down the concept of reflection into its component of observation, documentation, analysis skills, self-awareness. See: ‘Creating a positive learning environment’ (pp. 55+) in See a Guide to supervision in social work field education: http://www.socialworksupervision.csu.edu.au/resources/docs/CSU-guide-social-work-field-education.pdf
4. Student reflects on the broader context in which their practice is undertaken.
Student observes, reflects on and discusses key roles/tasks of social workers , other team members and understanding of organization in wider political, social and economic context http://mcgraw-hill.co.uk/openup/fook&gardner/
Student engages in ongoing scholarly reading relevant to the practice/policy/research area.
Student is encouraged to take up opportunities to reflect on and discuss respectfully differing views and diversity.
Student practices reflection in practice as well as reflection on prior practice.