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Learning Through Field Instruction: A Guide for Teachers and Students. Milwaukee, WI: Family Service of America. Practicum and student perception of process recording in practicum: A preliminary exploratory study. This paper describes the student project model and presents findings to show that the adopted model was effective in the development of reflective practice and deeper learning
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References Dwyer, . & Urbanowski, M. (1988). Learning through field instruction: A guide for teachers and students. & Ruff, E. (1995). Process recording: It’s more than you think. Journal of Social Work Education, 31(2), 169-181. Permission to use Powerpoint Presentation on RMetS web site.
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