Learning at Work week is an annual event in May. It aims to to put a spotlight on the importance and benefits of learning and development at work. This year it takes place from 15th-21st May and the theme is 'Curious & Creative'.
ScOPT are running a series of articles on the website to tie in with Learning at Work week, as well as highlighting appropriate resources each day.
It’s Friday! We’re reflecting on our week of Learning at Work week articles - so here’s an additional list of resources, this time on reflection. There will be more articles over the weekend so keep an eye out.
The need for more critically reflective social work
Judy Cooper, Community Care (2011)
How reflective practice can help social workers feel ‘safe’
Natius Oelofsen, Community Care (2012)
Ten things you can do to make your social work practice placement a success
Shanti Boafor / Kirsty McGregor (2013)
Critical reflection tool | Social Work Practice with Carers
Reflective Practice in Social Work — The Ethical Dimension
Frederic G. Reamer (2013)
These resources contain audio material and should therefore be accessed on a compluter equipped to playback audio.
Reflective Practice, a learning object that introduces you to the principles and processes involved in being a reflective practitioner
Sheila Slesser, Pedro Morago, Linda Bruce and Malcolm Macmillan (2006)
Resources for Reflective Writing
- Defining and Improving the Quality of Reflective Learning
- Resources for Reflective Learning
- Resources for Use with Reflection or Learning Journals
The foundations of effective supervision practice: promoting reflection and critical thinking
Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE)
Reflective Practice in Social Work (Transforming Social Work Practice Series)
Christine Knott and Terry Scragg (2016)
Reflective Social Work Practice (Practical Social Work Series)
Richard Ingram, Jane Fenton, Ann Hodson (2014)
The Social Work Pocket Guide to Reflective Practice
Siobhan Maclean (2010)
Kirwin Maclean Associates
The Critically Reflective Practitioner
Sue Thompson and Neil Thompson (2008)