Critical Learning for Social Work Students
- Sue Jones - Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK
By using practical examples and interactive features Critical Learning for Social Work Students will help guide you through your degree and on to becoming a fully-developed and critical practitioner. It covers key areas of critical thinking such as developing a clear and logical argument as well as the application of self-evaluation and understanding the 'professional self'. For this edition there is a new chapter on developing emotional intelligence.
Here it is easy to find many good examples to discuss in class. Really nice book
A useful 'starter' text
A book that ensures people examine their work and practice daily.
This is an excellent book for students at all levels. It takes students through the process of developing as critical learners in an engaging and practical way. It enables readers to really develop their skills as critical thinkers and is an essential handbook for all social work students who ultimately will be critical practitioners too.
Highly readable with useful practical guidance for students.
It's a very useful tool for social work students to begin their learning journey.
Useful for general reading for all aspects of the social care course
Very clear and practical; great for first and second placements, both MA and BA in Social Work
this book is a good guide on how to become a critical learner. it is accessible, easy to read and comprehensive.
A useful text which would be of use in placement or academic contexts. Up to date with inclusion of PCF