Practice Guidance

Critical reflection: how to develop it in your practice

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Learning points What it means to be a critically reflective social worker. Different methods and models you can use to reflect on your practice. Tips for writing a piece of critical reflection, what to highlight and how to lay out your thinking. Contents Introduction Welsh context Getting started Reflecting on analysis Assessment Critical reflection Final […]

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