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BASW FIELD ORIENTATION. PART B. SOCIAL WORK 195A-B. 6 units/semester Same placement for 2 semesters Credit/No Credit (Field Director is professor of record) at the end of each semester Taken concurrently with 140B-C. STUDENT. Faculty Liaison Practice Professor. Field Instructor

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social work 195a b
SOCIAL WORK 195A-B
  • 6 units/semester
  • Same placement for 2 semesters
  • Credit/No Credit (Field Director is professor of record) at the end of each semester
  • Taken concurrently with 140B-C
key people

STUDENT

Faculty

Liaison

Practice Professor

Field

Instructor

Task Supervisor

KEY PEOPLE

UNIVERSITY

AGENCY

your field instructor will
YOUR FIELD INSTRUCTOR WILL…..
  • Orient you to the agency
  • Assess your learning needs
  • Help you develop your Learning Agreement
  • Provide appropriate activities to implement Learning Agreement
  • Help you integrate into agency environment
new placement orientations include
New Placement Orientations Include…..
  • Tour of agency
  • Introduction to staff
  • Job description
  • Written policy documents
  • Badge, other ID
  • Opportunities to shadow and observe and ask questions
start where the student is
“Start Where the Student Is…”
  • What is my learning style?
  • What are my strengths?
  • What skills, knowledge do I want to acquire?
  • What opportunities exist at the placement?
learning agreement
LEARNING AGREEMENT

Student Activities Learning

Objective #

  • Conduct assessments. 1,2,3,4, 12,13
  • Review cases for ethical issues. 1
  • Attend staff meetings. 5, 10, 12,14, 18
  • Attend interagency meetings 14, 18
  • Provide case management for 3 clients. 1, 2, 3, 14, 12, 15
  • Co-facilitate group. 2,3,12, 17
  • Attend Board meeting. 5, 19
  • Shadow staff in home visits. 1,2,9,10
  • Develop resource manual. 14
your field instructor also will
Your Field Instructor Also Will…
  • Provide weekly field instruction
  • Provides ongoing monitoring of and feedback regarding your performance
  • Coordinate and communicate with Task Supervisor (if appropriate)
  • Communicate with Faculty Liaison
  • Complete Mid-Semester Assessment and End-of-Semester Evaluations together with you
faculty liaison responsibilities
FACULTY LIAISON RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Monitor student placement via
    • Field Journals
    • Discussion in Practice Class
    • Communication with Field Instructor via phone calls and site visits (minimum 1/semester
    • Be available to consult with Field Instructor
  • Consult with, advocate for student
  • Recommend field grade
unless he or she is not
Unless He or She Is Not!

Faculty workload issues may result in your having a different person as your Liaison

student responsibilities
STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Take responsibility for own learning in the field.
    • Initiate Learning Agreement.
    • Provide FI with syllabus for 140B-C classes.
    • Bring topics and questions to FI hour.
    • Ask for help when needed.
    • Be open to new experiences and willing to push yourself.
    • Be open to feedback.
    • Initiate evaluation process
student responsibilities cont d
STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES(cont’d)

2. Complete field assignments

    • Field Journals
    • Biopsychosocial assessments
    • Macro Project
    • Others
  • Attend placement
  • Take responsibility for making up missed time
evaluation form
Evaluation Form
  • Evaluation criteria rate progress in each of the learning objectives
  • “3” is good for 1st semester
  • Ratings are not synonymous with A-B-C-D-F
  • Download these forms from Field website.
problem solving process
PROBLEM-SOLVING PROCESS

Student speaks

With field instructor

Student identifies

problem in field

Problem

solved

Problem

Not

solved

Student notifies

Faculty liaison

problem solving process continued
PROBLEM-SOLVING PROCESS(continued)

Liaison contacts

Field

Instructor

Liaison advises

student

& or

& or

Liaison meets

With student &

Field Instructor

Plan is

developed

Plan is

developed

problem solving process continued1
PROBLEM-SOLVING PROCESS(continued)

Develop Plan

(Liaison monitors)

Problem

Solved

Problem

Not solved

Placement

change

Liaison

Recommends to

To Field

Director

Student

Receives

Incomplete

Student

Receives

No Credit

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JILL KELLY, LCSW

Director of Field Education

278-7189

kellyj@csus.edu

  • JOHN STROTHER, MSW, RN

Undergraduate Field Coordinator

278-6121

strother@csus.edu