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Evidensbaserad praktik i skolans sociala arbete

Al Barkawi, Nora LU (2012) SOPA63 20121
School of Social Work
Abstract
Working in an evidence based way is a clear way to offer clients and people in exposed situations the best possible help that can minimize the damage. Despite this many people don’t know what EBP means. This is why I have chosen to study the conditions of evidence based work in practice, in High Schools. The questions to be answered are: How do school counselors work from an evidence based perspective? How can School Headmasters promote knowledge based social work in schools? I conducted an oral interview with two school counselors and two headmasters to find the answers to these questions. In my analysis a theoretical frame was used. It consisted of a professional theory and common factors between the professional theory and EPB. The... (More)
Working in an evidence based way is a clear way to offer clients and people in exposed situations the best possible help that can minimize the damage. Despite this many people don’t know what EBP means. This is why I have chosen to study the conditions of evidence based work in practice, in High Schools. The questions to be answered are: How do school counselors work from an evidence based perspective? How can School Headmasters promote knowledge based social work in schools? I conducted an oral interview with two school counselors and two headmasters to find the answers to these questions. In my analysis a theoretical frame was used. It consisted of a professional theory and common factors between the professional theory and EPB. The thesis deals with the conditions of evidence based practice in schools' social work. Lack of documentation, Monitoring of the students, Critical thinking, lack of knowledge in educational methods used by scientists and the lack of reflection makes it really hard to work following the evidence based practice. School Headmasters who have the biggest responsibility in schools can’t pursue the plan of knowledge based work ethic because the schools lack in social work. (Less)
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author
Al Barkawi, Nora LU
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organization
course
SOPA63 20121
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
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School social work, Evidence-based practice, school counselor, client
language
Swedish
id
3050703
date added to LUP
2012-09-07 16:30:42
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2012-09-07 16:30:42
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  abstract     = {Working in an evidence based way is a clear way to offer clients and people in exposed situations the best possible help that can minimize the damage. Despite this many people don’t know what EBP means. This is why I have chosen to study the conditions of evidence based work in practice, in High Schools. The questions to be answered are: How do school counselors work from an evidence based perspective? How can School Headmasters promote knowledge based social work in schools? I conducted an oral interview with two school counselors and two headmasters to find the answers to these questions. In my analysis a theoretical frame was used. It consisted of a professional theory and common factors between the professional theory and EPB. The thesis deals with the conditions of evidence based practice in schools' social work. Lack of documentation, Monitoring of the students, Critical thinking, lack of knowledge in educational methods used by scientists and the lack of reflection makes it really hard to work following the evidence based practice. School Headmasters who have the biggest responsibility in schools can’t pursue the plan of knowledge based work ethic because the schools lack in social work.},
  author       = {Al Barkawi, Nora},
  keyword      = {School social work,Evidence-based practice,school counselor,client},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Evidensbaserad praktik i skolans sociala arbete},
  year         = {2012},
}