[Autom. eng. transl.] The need to weave theoretical training with experiential learning, to improve learning on both sides, is in line with the new professionalizing character given to the three-year degrees by the recent university reform. The educational curricula of social workers since their origins have included a substantial amount of time dedicated to professional training. If at one time this could indicate a certain weakness in social work as a discipline, today it is instead an original element and a strength. This book illustrates a model of practical training aimed at developing the reflective abilities that are indispensable in helping social professions. The concrete methods for triggering the "training network" are analyzed in detail, to encourage peer learning in the perspective of mutual aid, to help students identify the activities to be tested in the field and to support them in assessing the acquired competence. Ample space is reserved for the supervisory interview, which is the fundamental tool for facilitating apprenticeship learning. The text is based on the experience conducted for over a decade at the University of Trento. The proposals described therefore have a concrete response in the activity carried out by a few hundred trainees and social workers.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] The social service traineeship: guide for reflective training|
|Number of pages||211|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
- formazione professionale
- servizio sociale