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BASW FIELD ORIENTATION. Fall, 2011. ROADMAP FOR FIELD SWRK 195 A/B. 2 days/week (16 hrs.) M/W or W/F 32 weeks total Same placement for 2 semesters Same professor for 140B/C. 140B-C + 195A-B = INTERLOCKING COURSES. Must pass both courses to proceed. 195A. 140C. 195B. 140B.

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Basw field orientation

BASWFIELD ORIENTATION

Fall, 2011


Roadmap for field swrk 195 a b
ROADMAP FOR FIELDSWRK 195 A/B

  • 2 days/week (16 hrs.) M/W or W/F

  • 32 weeks total

  • Same placement for 2 semesters

  • Same professor for 140B/C


140b c 195a b interlocking courses
140B-C + 195A-B = INTERLOCKING COURSES

Must pass both courses to proceed

195A

140C

195B

140B


Attendance
ATTENDANCE

Be present on all scheduled field days

Be on-time

Make-up missed days

Follow protocol when you must be absent


Key people

STUDENT

Faculty

Liaison

Same as 140B/C Professor

Field

Instructor (MSW)

Task

Supervisor

KEY PEOPLE

UNIVERSITY

AGENCY


Field instructor basw educator in the field
Field Instructor: BASW Educator in the Field

Must have

MSW or

BASW


Your field instructor will
YOUR FIELD INSTRUCTOR WILL…..

  • Orient you to agency

  • Assess your learning needs

  • Help you develop your Learning Agreement

  • Provide appropriate activities to implement Learning Agreement

  • Help you integrate into agency environment

  • Provide you ongoing feedback and evaluation


Your field instructor also will
Your Field Instructor Also Will…

Meet with you weekly

Coordinate with Task Supervisor (if appropriate)

Communicate with Faculty Liaison

Complete Mid-Semester Assessment and End-of-Semester Evaluations




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?


Interpreting the learning style assessment
INTERPRETING THE LEARNING STYLE ASSESSMENT

Thinker/Observer: Reflective, likes to start with theory

Doer/Observer: Likes practical, “how-to” instruction

Thinker/Feeler: Relies on intuition, gut feeling

Doer/Feeler: Prefers to learn by doing


Interpreting the learning style assessment1
INTERPRETING THE LEARNING STYLE ASSESSMENT

Look at your scores for Doer and Thinker. Circle the higher score.

Look at your scores for Observer and Feeler. Circle the higher score.

You now have a new pair of scores.


Faculty field liaison
FACULTY FIELD LIAISON

Barranti...Strother….Russell…Bowie…Davis….Torres

  • 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

  • Give field grade




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 supervision.

  • Ask for help when needed.

  • Be open to new experiences and willing to push yourself.

  • Be open to feedback.

  • Initiate evaluation process


Be a proactive learner stay open to feedback
Be a Proactive LearnerStay Open to Feedback


More student responsibilities
MORE STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES

2. Complete field assignments

  • Field Journals

  • Biopsychosocial assessments

  • Macro Project

  • Others

  • Attend placement

  • Make up missed time


  • End of semester evaluation form
    End-of-semester Evaluation Form

    • Evaluation criteria rate progress in each of the learning objectives

    • “2” and “3” is good for 1st semester

    • Ratings are not synonymous with A-B-C-D-F

    • Download these forms from Field website.





    Basw field orientation

    As soon as you perceive a problem –

    TALK TO YOUR FIELD INSTRUCTOR

    &

    NOTIFY YOUR FACULTY FIELD LIAISON