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TFEL Virtual Field Summit: Research As Daily Practice
July 16 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am MDT
A plenary session, panel presentation, breakout discussions, and workshops have been organized to discuss the context of social work field education. Topics to be covered include the state of field education, digital storytelling, practice research, transformational learning, and indigenous field education. This Summit is designed for social work educators, students, researchers, and practitioners. This event is eligible for Continuing Education Credits.
In this workshop, the presenters will describe their idea of “Research As Daily Practice”—which they define as “systematically and reflectively examining our curiosities and ideas from our work in order to better understand what we do and what we could do.” A main tenet of this idea is that practitioners are, in fact, researchers by virtue of the way they practice. They will provide illustrations and opportunities to utilize this idea in a variety of front-line practice settings.
Included in this registration is access ONLY to the Workshop: Research as Daily Practice.
In order to register for the Welcome, Plenary Session, & Panel Presentation, Breakout Discussions, and other Workshops, please explore the links below:
- Welcome, Plenary Session, & Panel Presentation
- Breakout Discussions
- Workshop: Articulating Transformation in Field Education and Research through Digital Storytelling
- Workshop: Models for Integrating Research and Practice in Social Work Education
- Workshop: Wise Practices from the Indigisphere to the Land: Indigenous Intersectional Violence and Trauma-informed Field Education in Shifting Spaces of Learning