Social Work Portfolio: A student's guide to evidencing your

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    The portfolio is an essential part of the summative assessment within qualifying social work programmes. All students are required to complete a practice portfolio to provide evidence of their learning in practice. This essential book demonstrates how students can use the portfolio to demonstrate their learning in terms of developing core knowledge, values and skills.Topics covered include: What a portfolio is, and how to make best use of it in your learning journeyHow to evidence your capability using the Professional Capabilities Framework for Social Workers How to reflect on your own learning needs and learning styleHow to work with your practice educator in terms of practice learning and portfolio developmentHow to evidence the use of theory in your portfolioHow to evidence meaningful service user and carer involvement within your placement and portfolioHow to use your portfolio as a basis for future CPD learning, including the need to develop Personal Development Plans and the role of AYSE Written by a team of experts from Bournemouth University, each chapter uses a range of reflective activities, practice educator comments, and student testimony to illustrate the discussion.

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    Number of Pages: 144
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780335245314
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    Listed in: Social work
    Publisher: Open University Press

    Books by Lee-Ann Fenge

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