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Towards a Web-based Archive of

Problem-based Local Teaching

Materials for



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  • The major components in the teaching

  • of social work intervention:

    • The theory of intervention, e.g.:

    • Crisis Intervention (CI),

    • Cognitive-behavioural Intervention (CBI),

    • Structural Family Therapy,

    • Narrative Therapy ,

    • Gender-sensitive/women-centred interventions

    • 2. The person, and

    • 3. The problem him/her is encountering


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  • The usual process of teaching

    • Theory + Practice (person + problems)

    • 2. Theory:

  • Classroom teaching – large lecture

  • Seminar – small group discussion

    • Practice:

  • Simulated situation – laboratory

  • Real life practice – practicum


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The context of social work practice is becoming

more and more complex

Social work students, mostly are secondary school

leavers, thus are not familiar with the complexity

of the practice situation, i.e. the clients and their

problem situation. Even though they will have

opportunity to ‘practice’ during the two fieldwork

placements, yet, they still need more assistance

in enhancing their cognitive as well as affective

understanding of their prospective clients and

their problem situations.

Real life case materials can contribute in this aspect



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  • Social WorkClients:

    • To capture the life situations of as

    • many clients as possible

    • Get them talk about their life and

    • problems encounter with their own

    • mouth and in their own words


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  • Social Workers’ response:

    • Worker’s understanding or

    • assessment/analysis of the

    • problem situation;

    • Worker’s planned intervention

    • Services rendered



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  • Recruitment problems:

  • Project staff – have to be a social

    • worker who knows about audio-

    • visual production –

    • VERY DIFFICULT!

    • Social welfare agencies

    • Social workers

    • Clients


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  • Actual production

    • Very time consuming

    • Work with production teams, a lot

    • of discussion and negotiation

  • Post-production work

    • Uploading the material on the web

    • Retrieving the material on the web



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It is a worthwhile endeavor as it can really

enhances the effectiveness of teaching

and learning as students find it more

interesting and REAL when attempting to

apply theory to practice situation

It really TAKES up TIME to launch the

production, though it is also very

INTERESTING and CHALLENGING

It is also very COSTLY, in terms of

production cost and MY OWN TIME

A RELIABLE and COMPETENT staff is a

MUST!!