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Ethical dilemmas in Socio-Educational Care Work: Challenges in a rapidly changing World.

 

 

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Seminar presentations 2016

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V_Wolff_2016

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Council of Europe

The Council of Europe and INGO’s.
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European Journal of Social Education – 26/27 – 2015

European Journal of Social Education – 26/27 – 2015

Contents

Anne Marie Shier & Dave Williams – An Evaluation of the Use of Problem Based Learning and Film as a Method of Teaching and Assessment for Social Care Students.
Marika Curganov & Helprich ten Heuw – Studying Media, Children and their Caregivers: a Dutch Applied Sciences Approach.
Lisbeth Eriksson – Adaptation for Mobilization or Mobilization for Adaptation?
Niina Manninen – Service Learning and Social Pedagogy – Discussing the KAMU Service Learning Program.
Ed de Jonge & François Gillet – Interprofessional Cooperation as Collective Ethics Work.
Hans Schreurs – Creating a Multidisciplinary Curriculum in Practice Oriented Education and Research.
Phil Keogh & Catherine Byrne – Creating Opportunities for Inter-Professional Working and Building Common Approaches to Continuous Professional Development.
Jens Ineland, Martin Molin & Lennart Sauer – Discursive Tensions in Late Modern Society – on Education and Work for People with Intellectual Disabilities in Sweden.
Inge Tofte-Hansen – “An Open Room for Interpretation”
Eva Juslin, Susanne Davidsson & Pia Liljeroth  – Project-Based Interprofessional Education – Learning Interprofessional Skills For The Benefit Of Children And Families (dowload PDF here)

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Contents

Anne Marie Shier & Dave Williams - An Evaluation of the Use of Problem Based Learning and Film as a Method of Teaching and Assessment for Social Care Students.
Marika Curganov & Helprich ten Heuw - Studying Media, Children and their Caregivers: a Dutch Applied Sciences Approach.
Lisbeth Eriksson - Adaptation for Mobilization or Mobilization for Adaptation?
Niina Manninen - Service Learning and Social Pedagogy – Discussing the KAMU Service Learning Program.
Ed de Jonge & François Gillet - Interprofessional Cooperation as Collective Ethics Work.
Hans Schreurs - Creating a Multidisciplinary Curriculum in Practice Oriented Education and Research.
Phil Keogh & Catherine Byrne - Creating Opportunities for Inter-Professional Working and Building Common Approaches to Continuous Professional Development.
Jens Ineland, Martin Molin & Lennart Sauer - Discursive Tensions in Late Modern Society – on Education and Work for People with Intellectual Disabilities in Sweden.
Inge Tofte-Hansen - “An Open Room for Interpretation”
Eva Juslin, Susanne Davidsson & Pia Liljeroth  - Project-Based Interprofessional Education – Learning Interprofessional Skills For The Benefit Of Children And Families (dowload PDF here)

FESET Journal

ENSACT 2016 Report

The 2016  report is built on European examples of projects on how social work can promote the ...

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