Students need to be critical, analytical and evaluative in their thinking, reading and writing when undertaking the challenge of a social work degree. While lecturers may highlight this need when marking assignments, there is limited space to explore these topics within an already tight social work curriculum. This concise guide helps to tackle this problem. It includes chapters on thinking critically, how to develop writing skills, how to reason, and finally, developing as a critical practitioner.
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