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Lectures 2020/21

Social Work

> Reflection on Practice 1 SE
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Reflection on Practice 1 SE

Lector: FH-Prof.in Dipl.-Soz.Päd.in (FH) Johanna Coulin-Kuglitsch, Maria Fraißler, BA MA, Mag.a Iris Frühmann-Pribil, Siaka Jinadou, FH-Prof.in Gabriele Kronberger, MA MSc, DSAin Verena Scharf, MA, Mag.a (FH) Doris Stephan, Mag. (FH) Thomas Valina, MA, Mag.a Gabriele Wild, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Christine Würfl

1.5SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

In this module, the students acquire an understanding of the conditions and objectives of ‘reflection' and collectively generate group rules for the formation of the module. Self-perception and external perception are addressed, and team and cooperation skills strengthened.
Furthermore, students acquire fundamental knowledge about selected social organisations i.e. relating to their history, goals, tasks, legal conditions, financial foundations, professional repertoire of methods, organisational structure and documentation. Current questions by selected institutions, as well as concrete practice experience are reflected, and related to theory and practice where appropriate. This is also done in preparation for a 4-week long work placement, which full time students complete at the beginning of the 2nd semester and relates to the practice orientation days for part time students in the 1st/2nd semester. Questions about reconciling studies, work placement and professional motivation are discussed. The different roles of work placement managers and interns are discussed and explained.

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Immanent exam characteristic with different partial performance requirements

Teaching methods

Group work, excursion, social space research

Language

German-English

> Reflection on Practice 2 SE
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Reflection on Practice 2 SE

Lector: FH-Prof.in Dipl.-Soz.Päd.in (FH) Johanna Coulin-Kuglitsch, Maria Fraißler, BA MA, Mag.a Iris Frühmann-Pribil, Siaka Jinadou, FH-Prof.in Gabriele Kronberger, MA MSc, DSAin Verena Scharf, MA, Mag.a (FH) Doris Stephan, Mag. (FH) Thomas Valina, MA, Mag.a Gabriele Wild, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Christine Würfl

1.5SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

In this module, the reports from concrete placement experiences are continuously referenced to theory and practice. Alongside the engagement with personal values and conflict of values, a reflection about different roles, on the one hand in relation to the relationship of placement managers and interns, and, on the other hand between interns and clients, is carried out.
The analysis and reflection for the team and group work is practiced. On that note, the module crucially serves the (further) development of social, personal and professional competences.

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Immanent exam characteristic with different partial performance requirements

Teaching methods

Group work, presentation, case work, discussion, coaching

Language

German-English

> Seminar Paper and Presentation SE
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Seminar Paper and Presentation SE

Lector: DSA Mag.a Maja Batsheva, Florian Bodenseher, Maria Fraißler, BA MA, Mag. Dr. Bettina Prokop, DSAin Verena Scharf, MA, Mag.a Gabriele Wild

2SWS
3ECTS

Lecture contents

The students write their first seminar paper in the course of this module. In the process, the possibility for an in-depth engagement with a topic from first year modules is given.
The main focus, however, does not concern the topic itself, but the academic-methodological realisation of the seminar paper.

Assessment methods

Final exam
Seminar paper

Teaching methods

Professional inputs, group and individual work, peer feedback, feedback on partial performance and seminar paper, seminar paper presentation

Language

German-English

> Social Group Work SE
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Social Group Work SE

Lector: DSA Ulrike Plaschka, MBA, Mag. (FH) Johannes Polt, Mag.a Kathrin Primetzhofer, DSA Christian Teichmann, Mag.a Gabriele Wild

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

In this module, the meaning of social work with groups as a targeted method of social interaction, is conveyed. Important topics include: group and feedback rules, group-dynamic elements and phases, different role models in groups and exemplary approaches to group formation processes.
The shaping of social learning processes is experienced and conveyed through personal group experiences.
The students learn about the prerequisites for gaining professionalism, as a participant and as a group and team leader.
The versatile work with and in groups in Social Work is discussed, as a gateway to life worlds and social backgrounds (i.e. youth work), for (socio-pedagogical) support offers (i.e. organised self-help groups), as well as to establish and accompany interest groups (i.e. in community work). In addition the role of professionals within groups is addressed. Through the discussion of group case studies, a differentiated assessment about preparation, planning and the implementation of methods of social group work is achieved. The students' personal experiences of participating in and leading of group activities, allows for a reflective engagement with theoretical referencing, such as roles, topical references and group rules.

Assessment methods

Final exam

Teaching methods

Lecture, text revision, discussion, concept creation and implementation

Language

German-English

> Practical Placement 2 PR
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Practical Placement 2 PR

Lector: FH-Prof.in Dipl.-Soz.Päd.in (FH) Johanna Coulin-Kuglitsch, Mag.a(FH) Silvia Frauscher, Mag.a Iris Frühmann-Pribil, FH-Prof.in Gabriele Kronberger, MA MSc, Mag.a (FH) Doris Stephan, Mag. (FH) Thomas Valina, MA, Mag.a Gabriele Wild, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Christine Würfl

0SWS
3ECTS

Lecture contents

Through the long-term exploration of a field of practice, insight into the professional reality of social workers and care workers and the exploration of the future professional roles is possible. Independent work with clients (or groups) in various phases of a counselling process or interventions can be tested. These practical experiences should be connected to the theoretical knowledge acquired over the course of study.

Assessment methods

Language

German

> Praxis Reflection 5 SE
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Praxis Reflection 5 SE

Lector: FH-Prof.in Dipl.-Soz.Päd.in (FH) Johanna Coulin-Kuglitsch, Mag.a(FH) Silvia Frauscher, Mag.a Iris Frühmann-Pribil, FH-Prof.in Gabriele Kronberger, MA MSc, Bernhard Lehr, Mag.a (FH) Doris Stephan, Mag. (FH) Thomas Valina, MA, Mag.a Gabriele Wild, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Christine Würfl

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

Full time students:
In various settings, students will present their experiences from the practical placements of the previous semester; in doing so, various presentation techniques will be implemented.
In small groups and in individual coaching, students reflect upon and analyse relevant topics from the professional practice and provide insights into questions and problems they have brought with them from various social institutions and social systems (both in Austria and abroad). The learning experiences from the practical placement will be connected to each other and integrated in the context of the training in such a way that the professional identity is supported.

Part time students:
During the practical placements which are experienced between the 3rd and 5th semester, emphasis will be placed on the continual reflection and analyse of diverse personal and professional experiences, both in single and group contexts, as well as the integration of experiences in the students’ own professional understanding. This serves the students own development of a professional identity.

Assessment methods

Language

German

> Social Work Theories ILV
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Social Work Theories ILV

Lector: DSA Antje Haussen Lewis, BA, MBA, FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. Johannes Vorlaufer, Mag.a Gabriele Wild

2SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

Students receive an introduction in select theoretical approaches from both the recent history and the present developments of social work. Students learn to differentiate between theories according to their central assumptions, theses and terminology and to contextualize them in relation to special problem situations in social work.

Assessment methods

Final Examination

Language

German

Publications

The publications of Gabriele Wild written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.