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Module: Critical Reflexivity, Policy & Research in Contemporary Child Care (level 3).
Programme: BA (Hons)/Graduate Diploma Professional Studies in Child Care with Specialist Award in Social Work (PQ).
Academic Year: 2007-08.
Module leader: Dr. Stephen Hicks, Reader in Health & Social Care firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty of Health and Social Care
The School of Community, Health Sciences & Social Care
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Contents Page no.
About the module 4
Aims of the module 5
Module learning outcomes 6
Note on module pre-requisites 9
Module timetable 10
Session details and reading lists 11
Assessment: module assignment 43
About the module:
Critical Reflexivity, Policy & Research in Contemporary Child Care builds on and extends learning from the Consolidation (Child Care) module. It introduces students to:
Aims of Module:
This module aims to equip students with the necessary skills to apply a critical reading framework to research evidence, law and social policy in the field of contemporary child care practice. At the end of this module, students will have:
Intended Learning Outcomes:
Knowledge and Understanding:
On successful completion of this module, students will be able to demonstrate the following performance criteria which meet requirements of the GSCC (2005) Specialist Standards & Requirements for Post-Qualifying Social Work Education & Training: Children & Young People, their Families and Carers (London: GSCC). www.gscc.org.uk/NR/rdonlyres/9E265B76-0C6A-4767-939F-470D5B4FAE85/0/PQchildrenandyoungpeoplefinal.pdf
Transferable/Key Skills and other attributes:
Managing own learning:
Working with others:
Note on module pre-requisites:
Students will have passed the Consolidation (Child Care) module. They will have taken this module at the University of Salford OR will have passed an equivalent module elsewhere (for which they will have formally claimed accreditation of prior learning [APL]). Students who did not take Consolidation at Salford should ensure that they are familiar with:
An excellent text on study skills/critical reading & analysis/finding & using source materials/research and writing in the applied social sciences is:
Karen Evans & Dave King (2006) Studying Society: the essentials (London: Routledge).
All students will be registered at Salford University, they will require a username and password to access Salford’s computer server/ virtual learning environment [‘Blackboard’], and they will need an Athens username and password to access e-learning facilities. They will have registered when taking the Consolidation module at Salford OR on an introductory day at Salford.
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