Study Skills for Social Workers
- Christine Stogdon
- Robin Kiteley - University of Huddersfield, UK
SAGE Study Skills Series
Advanced Social Work Practice | Study Skills
- Effective writing
- Successful communication
- Reflective study
- Learning in the workplace
- Understanding feedback.
Written in a student-friendly style, Study Skills for Social Workers is interspersed with activities and exercises to enable students to practice and improve their skills as they move through the text. Also included is a glossary, and model answers to sample questions.
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Excellent text, demonstrates the basic skills needed for social work. Easy for students to adopt and implement skills throughout their practice.
Gives an excellent guide to students studying Social Work, supports them to develop study skills for their degree programme.
This book will give students insight into the field of social work and enhance there study skills. It clearly breaks down complex issues so the student will have a more sound understanding.
A basic book useful to some who need additional help in studying especially those who have returned to study after a long break
Although the book title states that it is for social workers, it is equally relevant to the community workers and social care practitioners that I work with, which isn't always the case. The coverage of subjects is wide-ranging and thought provoking.
Excellent book. The format of activities and reflection points translates very well into seminar content. Extremely student friendly
Brilliant for tutors and learners alike. All the information needed is included and helps the learner improve.
An excellent text for students embarking on the Social work pathway. Not just for Undergraduate level. Some of the content is relevant to those at Access level. I will be recommending this to both Access and undergraduate students.
Excellent book that lays out practical skills for students wading through their Social Work courses, assisting in how to prioritise their workload while building confidence that the task is achievable.
Highlights the range of tasks to be completed in an effective and easy to understand manner.
I have handed this book around to students in practice tutorials, and suggested they may want to take a look at it. It has been especially useful with my first year BSc tutees. I particularly like the study exercises.