2014 Symposium: “Riding through a time of welfare cutbacks”.
2014 Symposium Program
The 2014 Symposium was hosted by the University of Western Sydney, Parramatta Campus, Sydney Australia on the 25th and 26th of September 2014 and was held in conjunction with the Combined Universities Field Education Group for NSW & ACT (CUFEG). To everyone who contributed and participated we would like to sincerely thank you for bringing your ideas, energy and opportunities to share and discuss the current issues impacting us today.
With permission from presenting parties, we have made available some of the presentations from the Symposium for you to enjoy and share and we look forward to seeing you at our 2015 Symposium in Melbourne. Further details will be advised in the coming months.
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Presentations from the Symposium
What is new in Field Education in the 21st Century?
Believing in supervisors who are living with a disability; John Healy, Nicole Tillotson, Monica Short and Cass Hearn; Charles Sturt University
Developing sustainable social work placements in schools: An initiative between UniSA, Flinders University, primary schools and Kids Matter; Patricia Muncey, Mary Duncan
A structured tool to support placement students to integrate theory with practice; Patricia Muncey
Maximising Client Outcomes and Student Learning: An Inter-Disciplinary Student Clinic; Rebecca Kok
Supervising for interdisciplinary collaboration and social justice in a community legal service.’; Grace Brown
What’s new in field education? Peer assessment; Sophie Goldingay, Norah Hosken, Tara Roberts
Educating for ethical practice in an unknown future
Let’s Get Real: Simulated citizens versus peer role plays in social work education; Amanda Probert, Helen Betts, Stanislaw Wiatrowski
Sharing practice wisdom
Thinking global-historically: reacting local-temporally; Simon Emsley
Social Transformation- Using Research and Sharing Practice Wisdom
An integrated approach: transforming conversations about social inclusion and exclusion; Monica Short
Surveying the landscape-impact of changes in HE sector
Student led social work clinic hub: increasing capacity in challenging contexts; Louise Farrell, Fotina Hardy, Stephen Vincent