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Student views on good practice in social work education

By Diane Simpson, Ian Mathews, Adrian Croft, Gill McKinna and Mary Lee

Abstract

This article focuses on the delivery of a social work degree programme in England, one of the constituent jurisdictions of the United Kingdom, and explores students' perceptions of their learning experience and what constitutes effective teaching. The data are drawn from a larger research project which is ongoing and focuses upon the specific ways in which the BSc (Hons) Social Work degree at a University in the East Midlands prepares students to meet the demands of employers. Linked to the national evaluation of the new social work degree, social work academics at the university worked with final year social work degree students as co-researchers to evaluate student views on the quality of teaching practices across the teaching team

Topics: L500 Social Work
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Year: 2010
DOI identifier: 10.1080/02615471003623192
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lincoln.ac.uk:3334
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