Hybrid Placement Model: A Social Work Teaching and Learning Resource
Item Type:Protocol or guideline
Citation:E O' Connor, S Whiting, R Gilligan, S Holt, E Brady, R Eliffe, M Feely, S Flynn, S Houston, P McEvoy, 'Hybrid Placement Model: A Social Work Teaching and Learning Resource', [Protocol or guideline], TCD, 2020. https://doi.org/10.25546/96780
Hybrid Placement Model - Practice Learning Resource Trinity College O’Connor, E., Whiting, S., et al (2020).pdf (Published (author's copy) - Peer Reviewed) 919.8Kb
The Hybrid Placement model blends different contexts for practice-based learning: on-site, off-site, online and reflective practice. It has evolved in response to changed work practices in social work service delivery, necessitated by the Covid-19 pandemic. It aims to ensure quality learning opportunities, aligned with the CORU – Social Work Registration Board Domains of Proficiency, are maximised when it is not possible to attend the placement site full-time. This Practice Learning Resource has been developed by the School of Social Work & Social Policy, Trinity College and externally reviewed by experienced practice teachers, social work managers and academics. It is intended for use by practice teachers, students, tutors and all involved in practice teaching and learning.
Author: O' Connor, E; Whiting, S; Gilligan, R; Holt, S; Brady, E; Eliffe, R; Feely, M; Flynn, S; Houston, S; McEvoy, P
Type of material:Protocol or guideline
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