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The Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning
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Vol. 17 No. 3: Decision-making in practice learning and education
Decision-making in practice learning and education
How social work students develop the skill of professional judgement: Implications for practice educators
Assessing Social Work Students On Practicum at the United Arab Emirates University (UAEU): Challenges and Implications.
TAGHREED MAHMOUD Abu Sarhan, Prospera Tedam
Supervising fast track social work students on placement: examining the experiences of trainee practice educators
Assessment and decision making under the spotlight:
The roles of student, practice teacher, tutor and university in four failed social work placements.
‘Keeping the ‘heart’ in practice: the importance of promoting relationship-based practice in practice learning and assessment’.
Sarah Jean McCulloch
Learning capacity- How professionals learn about mental capacity on post qualifying education programmes
Jim Rogers, Lucy Bright
Utilising a Virtual Community to practice Community Work theory during COVID-19 lockdown in South Africa
Writing analytical assessments in Social Work (2019)
Assessment, Risk and Decision making in Social Work. An Introduction. Campbell Killick and Brian J. Taylor
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