e809
http://data.open.ac.uk/course/e809
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type Postgraduate
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URL http://www.open.ac.uk/postgraduate/modules/e809
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Resource <div><ul><li>Access to the module study materials via the module website</li><li>One printed reader: Robb, M., Montgomery, H. and Thomson, R. (eds.) (2019)<em>Critical practice with children and young people</em>(2<sup>nd</sup>edn), Policy Press</li></ul></div>
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abstract This masters-level module aims to enable those working with children and young people to progress professionally and academically, and to develop as critical, reflective practitioners.
ID E809
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  • E809
  • http://www.open.ac.uk/postgraduate/modules/e809
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title Frameworks for critical practice with children and young people
description <div><p>If you work with children or young people and want to progress both professionally and academically, then this module is for you. This masters-level module will help you to gain a deeper understanding of the ideas that influence current practice; analyse policy and organisational changes; and explore what it means to be a critical, reflective practitioner. The module is relevant to work in a wide range of services with children and young people, including childcare, education, healthcare, social work and youth work ? and covers the whole age range from early years to youth.</p></div>