In social work education, the use of self sits alongside other professional hallmarks such as social justice and self-determination. With other processes, self-reflection and peer reviews of practice are crucial parts of critical reflexivity but also innovation. In this article, two social work educators from Flinders University in South Australia critically reflect on the design, delivery and review of a third year Bachelor level topic; SOAD3103 Social Work with Diverse Populations. We reflect on the opportunities but also challenges and constraints as we try to be 'innovative' social work educators, committed to social justice oriented praxis.
|Number of pages||17|
|Journal||International Journal of Innovation Creativity and Change|
|Publication status||Published - 1 May 2014|