Editors Choice Articles

 

Oehlers, K.  & Shortland-Jones, R. (2016). A reflection on a teaching activity with a focus on emotions conducted with first year social work students, (2016).Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education 18(2), 8-23.
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Tsuruda, S & Shepherd, M. (2016). Reflective practice: Building a culturally responsive pedagogical framework to facilitate safe bicultural learning. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education 18(1), 23-38.
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Newcomb, M., Burton, J., Edwards, N. & Hazelwood, Z. (2015).How Jung’s concept of the wounded healer can guide learning and teaching in social work and human services. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education 17 (2), 55-69
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Park, H-J. (2015). Infusing gerontological content into social work education in New Zealand and Korea. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education. 17(1), 25-38 
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Shevellar, S. and Westoby, P. (2014).  “Perhaps?” and “Depends!” The possible implications of disaster related community development for social work.  Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education. 16(2), 23-35.
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Crane, P., Fox, S., Spencer A., Hardy F., Campbell, C. (2014). Enhancing Social Work Interprofessional Learning Through Across University and Industry Collaboration: Early Steps in the Advanced Health Directives Project. Advances in Social Work & Welfare Education, 16 (1), 81-96.

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Webster, W. (2013). Online learning: How a course for frontline managers became a virtual community of practice. Advances in Social Work & Welfare Education, 15(2), 7-25.

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Zuchowski, I. (2013). From being ‘caught in the middle of a war’ to being ‘in a really safe space’: Social work field education with external supervision. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 15(1), 104- 119.
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McLennan, V., Boddy, J., Cartmel, L & Chenoweth, L. (2012). Encouraging human services and social work students to ‘go bush’ for clinical placement and employment. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 14(1), 67-74.
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Harrison G., Walsh, W. & Healy, K. (2011). Shifting the focus from expert-centred to student-centred learning resources: Creating student-centred learning resources for direct practice. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 13(1), 64-77.
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