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  1. Supervision in Social Work

    Contemporary Issues

    Edited by Liz Beddoe, Jane Maidment

    Supervision is currently a "hot topic" in social work. The editors of this volume, both social work educators and researchers, believe that good supervision is fundamental to the development and maintenance of effective practice in social work. Supervision is seen as a key vehicle for continuing...

    To Be Published March 3rd 2015 by Routledge

  2. The Social Work Student's Research Handbook 2ed

    2nd Edition

    By Dominique Moyse Steinberg

    This second edition of the Social Work Student's Research Handbook provides an essential guide for social work students beginning to participate in research at the undergraduate level. Practical and easy to use, this comprehensive handbook provides instant access to the nuts and bolts of social...

    To Be Published July 14th 2015 by Routledge

  3. Learning Through Observation in Social Work

    A Bio-Psychosocial and Developmental Perspective

    By Claudia Megele

    To Be Published October 30th 2015 by Routledge

  4. Extending Reflective Practice

    An interdisciplinary approach to critical reflection

    By Barbara Bassot

    The important role of reflective practice is well recognised in a wide range of professional areas, including education, health, management and social care. Students on many professional undergraduate and postgraduate courses undertake modules in reflective practice, where they are expected to...

    To Be Published October 31st 2015 by Routledge

  5. Teacher Management in China

    The Transformation of Educational Systems

    By Eva Huang, John Benson, Ying Zhu

    Series: 100 Key Points

    Education has long been highly valued in China, and continues to be highly valued, both by the state, which appreciates the value of education for maintaining China's economic rise, and by parents, who, affected by the One Child Policy, devote a large proportion of their incomes to their one...

    To Be Published November 29th 2015 by Routledge

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