ABSTRACT

Written to meet the needs of teachers, lecturers, tutors and trainers, this is the essential guide to understanding the key issues in learning and teaching in social policy and social work - as well as related areas such as early childhood studies, youth and community work and probation studies.
The field of social care is constantly changing, and this book acts an accessible introduction to all the core concerns that will be critical to teaching professionals working in the field today. Key areas covered include curriculum planning, design and delivery of teaching, assessment, promoting inclusion, e-learning and interprofessional practice. This book also aims to provide an international perspective, outlining innovative best practice from around the world.
Written for undergraduate and postgraduate level teaching, less experienced teachers looking for authoritative, expert guidance will find this title indispensable, as will more experienced professionals seeking material for reflection.

chapter |7 pages

Changes in learning and teaching

chapter |7 pages

Content or outcome requirements

chapter |2 pages

Promoting equality and inclusion

chapter |2 pages

Barriers and resources

chapter |1 pages

Support and retention

chapter |9 pages

Assessment

chapter |11 pages

Building an assessment strategy

chapter |1 pages

The process of learning off-campus

chapter |13 pages

Conceptual and explanatory issues

chapter 10|5 pages

Interprofessional education

ByMelanie Ashford, Judith Thomas

chapter |9 pages

Educator perspective

chapter |3 pages

The professional context

chapter |2 pages

Student mobility

chapter |1 pages

Conclusion

chapter |3 pages

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