Pilots rond het gebruik van de iPad in het onderwijs
This is a reblog from Mobile Social Work:
Our dear colleagues Tarsem Singh Cooner – Social Work Lecturer and Associate Director at the Centre of Excellence in Interdisciplinary Mental Health (CEIMH) at University of Birmingham – released a social work education app offering „you an amazing way to explore some of the ethical issues of using social media in social work.“
The following video gives you a short introduction into the app.
Great Work, Tarsem!
If you like this, you may also want to check out Tarsem’s article and video on Combining Facebook and enquiry-based blended learning to teach social media skills.
The app can be beneficial to social work students in several courses as the following themes are covered:
- Is social media skills development important for social workers?
- What are the ethical implications of exploring open social media profiles?
- Should social workers be mindful of their online image?
- Does social media present new personal/professional boundary issues?
- How can social workers effectively engage in continuing professional development when using social media?
- Can skills, knowledge and confidence in social media use lead to greater service user, community, inter-professional engagement? (source)