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Instructions
Written Assignment
1250 words (Minimum and Maximum)
 Criteria & Marking:
Your writing will be assessed against the following criteria:
 Quality and depth of analysis outlining relevant theory
 Quality of self-reflection
 Scholarship – written expression, adhering to academic conventions and use of course readings: (working in an organization Book, & Road to social work and human service books)
 Description:
Task: Critical Reflection
Aim/Rationale: Human services practitioners are often asked to be reflective in their practice. Developing skills in critical reflection enables practitioners to improve and build upon their practice knowledge and skills. This task allows students to begin to think of themselves in the context of a human services organisation in order to help them better prepare for field placement and/or employment within human services organisations.
Task: For this task you are required to write a critical reflection using a critical reflection model, based on the following information:
Technology has transformed human services organisations, and will continue to impact both human services practitioners and service users.
What will govern your use of technology in organisations? Thinking about your own use of technology, what will you need to be aware and mindful of when working in human services organisations?
You will need to include:
 Relevant theory, guidelines or ethical codes of practice
 Personal reflection on your use of technology within the context of human services organisations
1250 words (Minimum and Maximum)
Critical thinking, problem solving, ethical & reflective practicce
• A2 Resources & Tips
A2 Resources & Tips
Attached Files:
 Understanding the ‘How’- a model of practive for critical reflection (1).pdf Understanding the ‘How’- a model of practive for critical reflection (1).pdf – Alternative Formats (112.402 KB)
 Circles of Change_2020.pptx Circles of Change_2020.pptx – Alternative Formats (5.276 MB)
 Reflective journal DIEP.pdf Reflective journal DIEP.pdf – Alternative Formats (75.157 KB)
 Fook and Gardner’s model – key questions.docx Fook and Gardner’s model – key questions.docx – Alternative Formats (14.897 KB)
 A2 PowerPoint (1).pptx A2 PowerPoint (1).pptx – Alternative Formats (220.766 KB)
The following resources are designed to help you prepare for A2.
DIEP Model – see attached document
Fook & Gardner’s Model – see attached document
COCR Model – see attached PowerPoint and article
Some models and explanations for reflective writing explanation:
Griffith University: https://www.griffith.edu.au/griffith-health/learning-and-teaching/transition-and-tertiary-preparedness/tips-for-writing-reflectively
University of NSW https://student.unsw.edu.au/reflective-writing
• Some suggested readings that may help with A2
Some suggested readings that may help with A2
You have a number of technology-related readings already in your required and recommended course readings:
In Topic 8: Street-Level Strategies of Child Welfare Social Workers in Flanders: The Use of Electronic Client Records in Practice in British Journal of Social Work
In Topic 10: Social Media and Social Work: The Challenges of a New Ethical Space in Australian Social Work
In Topic 11: Virtual Boundaries: Ethical Considerations for Use of Social Media in Social Work Author(s): Ericka Kimball and JaeRan Kim
In recommended readings: Navigating Ethical Challenges in Social Media: Social Work Student and Practitioner Perspectives in Australian Social Work
This doesn’t mean your other course readings are not related – more that these focus on technology specifically.
For those of you who want to expand yourselves (you will need to source these online journals through the library)
• Cartwright, L. (2017). Supporting students to use social media and comply with professional standards. Social Work Education. 36, 8, 880-892.
• Dombo, E.A., Kays, L., Weller, K. (2014). Clinical social work practice and technology: Personal, practical, regulatory and ethical considerations for the twenty-first century. Social Work in Health Care. 53, 9, 900-919
• Watling, S. & Crawford, K. (2010). Digital exclusion: Implications for human services practitioners. Journal of Technology in Human Services. 28, 4, 205-216.
• Westwood, J. (2014). Social work and social media: an introduction to applying social work principles to social media. Social Work Education: The International Journal. 33, 4, 551-553
I also recommend you look to your specific discipline practice guidelines, if in existence. For example for social work we have:
Australian Association of Social Workers. (2016). Practice guidelines. ‘Ethics and practice guideline – Social media, information and communication technologies: Part 1, 2 & 3’. Canberra.

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