The aim of this learning object is to introduce learners to some of the principles and processes involved in becoming a reflective practitioner.
This Outline explores how newly qualified social workers can be supported in their first year, with a focus on effective supervision and preparation for child protection practice.
Published in ESSS Outlines on 8 Apr 2019
Explores what is understood by 'social media', perceived risks of using it, opportunities, relationship to workforce wellbeing and future implications for practice.
Published in Insights on 21 Feb 2019
A tea-brief is a debrief with a difference. It's an opportunity to take time for reflection, and build stronger relationships in a staff team. You can take a tea-brief after an incident, or can choose to ringfence time for a tea-brief when you're feeling overwhelmed or stressed. Tea-briefs are also about reflection and sharing positive feedback.
Published in Tools on 16 May 2018
Explores distributed approaches to leadership in the context of childcare and early years settings. It provides some background to Scottish policy priorities and principles of leadership and distributed approaches.
Published in ESSS Outlines on 19 Dec 2017
A tool to prompt conversations about social work and care practitioners experiences.
Published in Tools on 13 Oct 2016
Published in Multimedia learning materials on 10 Mar 2011