Student perceptions of the learning process during undergraduate field practicum: a qualitative study
China, undergraduate field practicum, learning process
As social work education in China expands rapidly since 2000, field practicum is one of the most challenging areas. This qualitative study explored the field learning experiences of 27 students from a pioneer social work undergraduate program. Analysis resulted in six major themes revealing the students' perspective on the process of learning by performing various practice events during 4-week summer block placements. Discussion focuses on the key features of this learning process. Suggestions for future research and implications for field instruction are included.
Chen, Qiang, and Anne E. Fortune. "Student perceptions of the learning process during undergraduate field practicum: a qualitative study." Social Work Education 36, no. 5 (2017): 467-480.
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