Where does reflection and critical reflection come into social work teaching?
Taylor & Francis
School of Arts and Humanities
The issue of teaching critical analysis is an important point raised in this critical commentary. I share the same concerns about the need for critical analysis in social work education. I also think a robust account of the way in which reflexivity, different forms of reflective practice, and critical reflection impact and structure the conditions of possibility for critical analysis might help us strengthen our instructional practices.
Watts, L. (2019). Where does reflection and critical reflection come into social work teaching? [Peer commentary on the paper "Social work education: Shifting the focus from reflection to analysis," by L. Beddoe]. Australian Social Work, 72(1), 108-109.