Fluidity and space: Social work student learning in field supervision
A changing understanding of field learning is one of the key factors informing current approaches to social work field1 supervision. This chapter aims to highlight key characteristics of a student-informed understanding of field learning and examine how field supervision can be conceptualised in the light of this understanding. It does so by drawing on findings from my earlier doctoral research which examined the field learning experiences of social work students in field supervision in Hong Kong (Chee, 2010).
Routledge International Handbook of Social Work Education
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