Mon, 06 Dec|
Adapting to a disrupted world - Relational supervision in action during the pandemic
Students and practice educators over the last eighteen months in the UK, have been navigating unchartered waters where the majority of student placements have been facilitated virtually.
Time & Location
06 Dec 2021, 10:00 – 12:00 GMT
About the Event
Students and practice educators over the last eighteen months in the UK, have been navigating unchartered waters where the majority of student placements have been facilitated virtually. Practice educators have had to be creative around facilitating the learning and experiential opportunities that enable students to demonstrate they are meeting the required standards. What this experience has shown us, is that whilst not ideal, it has been possible. With a threat of a third winter wave in the UK., alongside new flexible ways of working, it is likely that virtual supervision will become more of a common practice.
In this interactive session, Shabnam will share tools and tips under the very well-known theme of “Something new, something old, something borrowed and something blue”, encouraging practice educators to connect with their art and creativity. This session will enable the opportunity to connect with and recognise your Arts as a practice educator. Shabnam hopes to enthuse and excite practice educators by sharing a plethora of tools she uses to engage in reflective supervision whilst absolutely respecting the Art of difference. Leaving you with practical ideas on how to talk about topics such as race and intersectionality through supervision. Shabnam encourages everyone to connect with their creativity and recognises the valuable contribution practice education continues to make to the social work profession.