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Student Learning Plan

5118/2015

School of Social Work


Challenging Minds,Leading Change,Transforming Lives

STUDENT LEARNING
PLAN
Student Name:

Tamesha Green

Program /
Year:
Date of Plan
(When to
When):

Field Placement
Agency:

Neighborhood Service
Organization

BSW / 2015

Field Instructor's
Name:

Justin Petrusak

1/12/2015 to
4/27/2015

Faculty Advisor's
Name:

Althea Grant

A learning plan is required from all students in a degree program in order to ensure that
specific agreed-upon performance outcomes and tasks are met during the field placement. A
learning plan is created to focus the field education experience on the required
competencies.Itguides the student, field instructor, (and task supervisor when appropriate) in
achieving these competencies. The faculty advisor and field instructor must approve the
learning plan. This document should be reviewed and amended as necessary and students
should retain copies.
Students write the learning plan by referencing the Field Instructor Assessment of Student
Competencies, which will assist increating the performance outcomes. Performance outcomes are
the specific tasks, duties, and responsibilities that demonstrate achievement of competencies.
Competencies with the corresponding Practice Behaviors are as follows:
I.

II.

Identify as a professional social worker & conduct oneself accordingly


a.

Professional Role/Demeanor /Use of Supervision

b.

Client Access to Service

c.

Personal Values

Apply social work principles to guide professional practice


a.

Ethical Decisions

b.

Roles, Boundaries and Values

c.

Ethical Reasoning

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III.

Apply critical thinking to inform and communicate professional judgments


a.

Organizing Knowledge

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b.
c.

Assessment and Intervention


Knowledge Integration

d.

Oral and written communication

Student Learning
Plan

N . Engage diversity and difference in practice

V.

a.

Cultural Awareness/diversity

b.

Values and Biases

c.

Recognize and communicate Life Experiences

d.

Engaged Leamer

Advance human rights and social and economicjustice


a. Oppression and Discrimination
b.

VI.

Human rights and Social and Economic Justice

Engage in research-informed practice and practice-informed research


a.

Practice Experience and Scientific Inquiry

b.

Research Evidence

VII. Apply knowledge of human behavior and the social environment


a.

Environment/Assessment

VIII Engage in policy practice to advance social and economic wellbeing and to deliver effective
social work services
a.
IX.

x.

Policiesand Societal Well-Being

Respond to contexts that shape practice


a.

Social Trends and related services

b.

Leadership Roles

Engage,assess,
intervene, and evaluate with individuals,families, groups, organizations,
and communities
a. Engagement with systems
b.

Interpersonal skills

c.

Focus and outcome with field instructor

d.

Interpreting client data

e.

Assessing clients

f Intervention goals and objectives


g. Selecting Intervention strategies
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h. Client capacities
1. Transition and endings
J. Evaluation of work and services

Analyze the impact of the urban context on arange of client systems, including practice
XI. implications
a. Urban Context and Social Work

Students are evaluated on all competencies on the Field Instructor Assessment of Student
Competencies. Therefore, all competencies must be addressed in the student Learning Plan.
Please note that some competencies may have performance outcomes that are more detailed and
ongoing depending on the work performed at the agency.
Competency

Practice Behavion

I.Identify as a
professional
social worker &
conduct oneself
accordingly.

Professional
Role/Demeanor /Use of
Supervision
Client Accessto Service
Personal Values

Performance
Outcomes
Become familiar with
NSO policiesand
proceduresas relating
to role within the unit.

Timeline
January April,

Status /
Comments
Ongoing

2015

JanuaryFebruary,

Familiarize with staff 2015


and NSO'sinvolvement Januarywithin the community. April,
Dress,and conduct
oneself in a
professional
manner.
Adhere to the NASW
code of ethics as
evidenced by code
identification and
in
analysis of process
recordings.

2015
JanuaryApril,

2015

January February,

2015
December,

2014

Attend and participate


in orientation, Attend
JanuaryHMIS training, Attend April,
ECO training.
2015
Attend Soar training.
Review the SOAR
training book. Shadow
adviser through client
interviews.
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Review the
Soar training
book.
Attend monthly NSO
meeting.
II. Apply social Ethical Decisions,Ethical Utilize supervision to
Janumy work principles Reasoning, Roles,
help with SOAR intake. April,
Boundariesand
Values
to guide
Understand the role of 2015
professional
a SOAR intake worker.
practice.
Utilize process
recordings to help avoid
conflict and to use as a
leaning tool.
JanumyApril,

Process
recordings
are a
great
learning
tool.

ID. Apply
critical thinking
to infonn and
communicate
professional
judgments.

Organizing Knowledge,
Assessment and
Intervention, Knowledge
lntegration,Oral and
written communication

Adhere to SOAR
process.
Present Medical
Summary Reports
to
Field
Instructor
throughout the MSR
writing period.

Ongoing

IV. Engage
diversity and
difference
in practice.

Cultural awareness and


diversity. Values and
biases. Recogniz.e
and communicate life
experiences.Engaged
learner.

Document the client


Janumyresponsesin its entirety, April,
2015
help convey life
experiencesto the
reader. Identification of
presenting problem.

Ongoing

V. Advance
human rights
and social
and
economic
justice.

Oppression and
Discrimination. Human
rights and Social
and Economic
Justice.

Use respect and


Janumyintegrity when engaging April,
or addressing the clients 2015
at this agency.

Ongoing

VI. Engage in
researchinformed
practice and
practiceinformed
research.

Practice Experience and


Scientific Inquiry.

Collect SOAR data in Janumyorder to identify future April,


correlations that would 2015
have practice
implications.

Ongoing

2015

VII. Apply
Environment/Assessment. Utilize process
knowledge of
recordings.
human behavior
Interview client
and the social
regarding clients
environment.
situation.

JanumyApril,

VIII. Engage in Policiesand Societal

February- Ongoing

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Utilize the electronic

Ongoing

2015

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policy practice
to advance
social and
economic
wellbeing and
to deliver
effective
social work
services.
IX. Respond
to contexts
that shape
practice.

Well-Being.

records (ERE).
Research and
data collection.

April,
2015

Social Trends and


related services.

Attend SOAR
stakeholder meetings.

FebruaryApril,
2015

X. Engage,
assess,
intervene,and
evaluate with
individuals,
families,
groups,
organizations,
and
communities.

Engagement with systems


Interpersonal skills
Focus and outcome with
field instructor
Interpreting client data
Assessing clients
Intervention goals and
objectives
Client capacities
Transition and endings
Evaluation of work and
services

Write a paper brief


regarding how the
definition of a
disabling condition is
shaped by the socially
normative perspective.

Initiate prioritization
April tools,matching medical March,
records to SSA Blue
2015
book.

Ongoing

last and
transitional
phase

Utilize screeners and


forms that seem
appropriate to the
intervention.
Warm transfer of 1
case, sharing the case
decision, with 1case
close out per MDCH
requirements.
Utilize technical
assistance to evaluate
intervention.

XI. Analyze the Urban Context and Social


impact of the
Work.
urban context
on a range of
client systems:,
including
practice
implications.

Demonstrate in a paper Due April


brief how the urban
2015
environment can be
disabling, including the
disabling conditions in
our economy, politic,
and communities, as
well as implications for
systems-level
practice/advocacy.

Final paper

Add Competency
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Student Signature:(Green, Tamesha): Tamesha Green Jan 28,2015 10:16 AM


Field Instructor: (Petrusak, Justin):

Justin Petrusak Feb 3, 2015 8:04 PM

This form has been received and verified by:


Faculty Advisor: (Grant, Althea): Althea M. Grant, LMSW Feb 4, 2015 9:32 AM

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