Teaching in Practice. How Professionals Can Work Effectively with Clients, Patients, and Colleagues

  • ID: 2212171
  • Book
  • 320 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Drawing on the literature of adult education and on a wealth of practical examples from different kinds of professional practice––including nursing and medicine, community education, social work, and psychology––Farquhason provides a wide range of conceptual models for improving teaching in human service practice. The author′s practical methods are geared to the day–to–day realities encountered by professionals in the human services.
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1. Teaching and Learning as Facets of Professional Practice.

2. Viewing Clients and Patients as Learners.

3. Developing Learning Relationships with Clients, Patients, and Colleagues.

4. Becoming Skilled at Group Facilitation.

5. Assessing What Needs to Be Learned.

6. Teaching Effectively––Spontaneously and By Design.

7. Selecting Resources and Activities to Support Teaching.

8. Using Evaluation to Enhance Effectiveness.

9. Helping Through Teaching: Enhancing Professional Practice.
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"Here is a book I have been waiting for for a long time a clearly written, theoretically sound, and up–to–date helpmate for workers at all levels. Farquharson′s enthusiasm for the idea that the most potent tool in human service practice is the facilitation of lifelong learning is contagious." (Malcolm S. Knowles, professor emeritus, North Carolina State University)
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