‘We work in isolation often and in ignorance occasionally’: On the experiences of practice teachers teaching and assessing social work law

@inproceedings{PrestonShoot1997WeWI,
  title={‘We work in isolation often and in ignorance occasionally’: On the experiences of practice teachers teaching and assessing social work law},
  author={Michael Preston-Shoot and Gwyneth Roberts and Stuart Vernon},
  year={1997}
}
This article reports the findings of a research study into the responses of practice teachers to their recently enhanced responsibilities in providing learning opportunities to, and assessing the competence of, students to practise social work law. The article examines their familiarity with social work law, including their training, knowledge base, resources and employer support. A critical analysis is offered of the extent to which CCETSW's requirements on teaching social work law in… CONTINUE READING

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