This portal provides relevant references and information about social work practica, field supervision, and FIFSW practicum related undertakings
Bogo, M., & Vayda, E. (1987). The Practice of Field Instruction in Social Work (Theory and Process With an Annotated Bibliography). University of Toronto Press.
Bogo, M., & Vayda, E. (1998). The Practice of Field Instruction in Social Work: Theory and Process, 2nd edition. Columbia University Press.
Bogo, M. (2010). Achieving Competence in Social Work through Field Education. Toronto: University of Toronto Press Incorporated.
Bogo, M. (2015). Field Education for Clinical Social Work Practice: Best Practices and Contemporary Challenges. Clinical Social Work Journal. Springer Science + Business Media New York. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10615-015-0526-5
- The Field Educator Simmons online journal http://fieldeducator.simmons.edu/about/
- UK Journal of Practice Teaching & Learning http://www.whitingbirch.net/cgi-bin/scribe?showinfo=ip002
- The US Journal of Teaching in Social Work http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/wtsw20
- Social Work Education: The International Journal http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/02615479.asp
- Journal of Social Work Education http://www.cswe.org/Publications/JSWE.aspx
FIFSW LEARNING TOOLS
- OSCE Fact sheet for Field Instructors
- The Simulation Lab – Read more
- Bridging Class and Field – Fact Sheet
For Year 1 Field Instructors
Professor Marion Bogo has developed a 13 ½ minute video for Year 1 Field Instructors to explain the relationship between the first semester courses, Elements in Social Work and Social Work Laboratory, and Practicum I. The video is available at https://media.library.utoronto.ca/play.php?jbRrmfNib7y5&id=22838&access=public.
Bridging Class and Practicum_ Competencies complements the video.
PODCAST: Professor Marion Bogo discusses the challenges faced in providing high-quality, effective field instruction in Episode 65 – Doing, Thinking, Then Doing Again: Reflective Practice in Field Education
- Bertha Rosenstadt Trust: As a faculty, the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work is committed to strengthening ties we have with partner organizations who offer practica to our MSW students. The Bertha Rosenstadt Trust Fund in Health Research – which is available to organizations with which we have partnerships, as well as to all other Health Sciences Faculties at U of T is one way to strengthen and cultivate quality practica. Read more about an organizations opportunity to apply for funding –http://socialwork.utoronto.ca/practicum/bertha-rosenstadt-trust/
- Interprofessional Education Materials