By Fenge, Lee-Ann; Howe, Kate; Hughes, Mel; Thomas, Gill
This e-book courses scholars via growing their portfolio utilizing useful assistance, case reviews, motion issues and actions. Importantly, this publication exhibits scholars the way to facts sure parts in their perform of their portfolio.
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34 The Social Work Portfolio The learning environment offered through your practice placement will also influence and develop your learning style. Working within an organization, and being part of a wider team, enables you to become part of a ‘community of practice’ (Wenger 1998) in which the wider team can facilitate and support your learning journey. The context in which your practice placement occurs is therefore dynamic, and one in which other people – including practice educators, other practitioners, managers and service users – all contribute to the learning milieu.
What information will you include in a portfolio to prove you have the capabilities to pass the placement. Many programmes set out what types of evidence are required as sources for your information. It is important that you are really clear about what your programme requirements are. Here is a list of some types of evidence, and a space for you to make notes. Using your programme guidance tick whether each item needs to, or can, be included in your portfolio. If so, how many instances are required?
Professional Capabilities Framework (PCF). As discussed in Chapter 1, you will be guided through your practice-based learning and portfolio development by your practice educator. You may also have a work-based supervisor or a placement supervisor who will be involved in your practice-based learning and may be working with you and their portfolio – for example, in verifying evidence if the practice educator is off-site. The Social Work Reform Board Guidance Statements for Practice Educators (2010c) state that practice educators should: 1 Take responsibility for creating a physical and learning environment conducive to the demonstration of assessed competence.
The social work portfolio: a guide for students by Fenge, Lee-Ann; Howe, Kate; Hughes, Mel; Thomas, Gill