12th International Practice Teaching Conference

Some delegates in discussion
'Innovation in Practice Learning and Field Education'
10th-12th September 2018




Thank you to participants and presenters for making this such a successful conference.

If you were unable to come, look out for the special conference issue of the Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning to appear later this year.



Presenters, please note that the deadline for articles for the special conference issue is December 1st. You should submit your paper through our PKP manuscript processing system (link from the journal page above). Please select the Conference18 section. Any questions about the system should be addressed to enquiries@whitingbirch.net.



Some presentations from the conference are now available below, and more will be added over the next weeks.
There are also links below to a summary report of the conference by Helena Low the Programme Co-ordinator and
the full programme.



Conference Report by Helena Low, Programme Co-ordinator Full programme for the 12th International Conference on Practice Teaching and Field Education OP2 The TAPE model: Transparency of assessment in practice education by Clare Stone WS4 Technology in Field Education: Ethical Issues and Responses by Georgia Brown and Allen E Barsky WS14 Shaping reflective learning on typical, reoccurring key situations in English social work: a participatory research workshop by Adi Staempfli OP33 Teaching staff by using Web 2.0 in health care institutions' field training by Tamer Mohamed Abdelghani Ibrahim OP43 Views of preparedness to practice in social care pre- and post- graduationby 1. Fiona McSweeney and Dave Williams WS45 Google Cardboard, virtual reality and risk assessment training: A simple and novel use for a new technology by Paul Blakeman WS53 A facilitator’s guide to understanding educational groups to support mental health students learning in practice by Madeline O’Carroll and Sarah Campbell OP64 Enabling Resilience in Practice Learning in Northern Ireland abling Resilience in Practice Learning in Northern Ireland by Ciaran Traynor OP65 Reflecting on the improvement of groupwork competencies through practice learning and service projects by Andrés Arias Astray etal WS73 The Co-supervision Model of Practice Education: evidence and tools for effective facilitation by Eimer Ní Riain and Mairead Cahill WS78 Building Field Education Partnerships to Support Cultural Humility in Social Work Practice b Roslynn Scott-Adams and Danielle Stokes
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