Mag.a Gabriele Wild Academic Staffgabriele.firstname.lastname@example.org T: +43 1 606 68 77-3105 F: +43 1 606 68 77-3109 Room: S.3.28 Kelsenstraße 2 1030 WienLectures 2021/22Social Work> Counselling SE Social Work moreCounselling SELector: Maria Fraißler, BA MA, FH-Prof.in Gabriele Kronberger, MA MSc, Marlene Panzenböck, MA, Mag.a Gabriele Wild2SWS3ECTSLecture contentsThe students engage with the fundamentals of conversation guidance, bearing in mind the different settings (mandated settings, first conversation, challenging forms of communication). They receive an overview of the different forms of communication in Social Work (i.e. counselling, negotiating, informing, mediation). Techniques and activities within counselling, such as listening actively, sending I-messages, perceptions, asking helpful questions und dealing with silence are practiced. The fundamentals of the setting and relationship-building are conveyed, and an engagement with (im)partiality takes place. Ideal scenarios and structural patterns of counselling conversations in settings with individual clients, families or systems are central to this module. These are used as a starting point for a professionally sound reflection about conversations, which are simulated in role play. Different consultative approaches (i.e. systemic, solution-focused, person-centred, psychoanalytical) are presented and practiced using role playing.Assessment methodsContinuous assessment Immanent exam characteristic with different partial performance requirementsTeaching methodsLecture, discussion, group work, role playLanguageGerman-English> Orientation and Fields of Social Work ILV Social Work moreOrientation and Fields of Social Work ILVLector: FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. Alexander Brunner, FH-Prof.in Gabriele Kronberger, MA MSc, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Verena Musil, MSc MBA, DSAin Verena Scharf, MA, Mag.a (FH) Doris Stephan, Mag.a Gabriele Wild, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Christine Würfl2SWS2ECTSLecture contentsIn this module the reflection about personal learning and biography are encouraged and specific revision strategies conveyed. Alongside a presentation of students' group work as a specific form of learning, methods of time management are introduced, and the personal implementation of such methods addressed. Furthermore, the students learn about the department's curriculum with its modular structure and receive an introduction to the administrative procedures of the degree. They receive an initial overview of the different areas of work, as well as about professional intervention in the context of Social Work.Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsDiscussion, group work, lectureLanguageGerman-English> Reflection on Practice 1 SE Social Work moreReflection on Practice 1 SELector: Mag.a (FH) Roswitha Ertl, Anna Fischlmayr, BA, MA, Maria Fraißler, BA MA, Mag.a(FH) Silvia Frauscher, Mag.a Iris Frühmann-Pribil, Mag.a (FH) Doris Stephan, Mag. (FH) Thomas Valina, MA, Mag.a Gabriele Wild, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Christine Würfl, Mag.a (FH) Antonia Würnitzer1.5SWS2ECTSLecture contentsIn 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 methodsContinuous assessment Immanent exam characteristic with different partial performance requirementsTeaching methodsGroup work, excursion, social space researchLanguageGerman-English> Reflection on Practice 3 SE Social Work moreReflection on Practice 3 SELector: 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 Würfl1.5SWS2ECTSLecture contentsThrough a continuous exchange in a fixed reflection group, the individual and group-specific topics which are relevant for Social Work, as well as interest-based questions are elaborated. The seminary content is oriented toward the topics, which are actively introduced by the group members. As is necessary and according to interests, topical emphasis can be picked up and deepened. Strengthening and allowing the individual responsibility and initiative of the group members is of central importance here.Assessment methodsContinuous assessment Immanent exam characteristic with different partial performance requirementsTeaching methodsDiscussion, group work, role play, lecture, excursion, individual coachingLanguageGerman> BA Thesis Seminar 1 SE Social Work moreBA Thesis Seminar 1 SELector: Florian Bodenseher, FH-Prof. Dr. Marc Diebäcker, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Manuela Hofer, BA, FH-Prof.in Gabriele Kronberger, MA MSc, Mag.a Dr.in Irene Messinger, Dr.in DSAin Karin Rowhani-Wimmer, Mag.a (FH) Doris Stephan, Mag.a Gabriele Wild1.5SWS2ECTSLecture contentsThe students reflect on the demands placed on writing a thesis regarding research strategy, topical focus and question. They deepen their knowledge about different ways of working, in terms of analysing the literature and familiarising themselves with the formal rules. They practice the scientific argumentation and analysis of subject-specific areas of discourse, learn to assess resources and understand the criteria for assessing academic writing. The students are supported during the preparation of the exposé and narrowing of their topical scope. Concrete sources are discussed with them and they receive feedback on their writing and research process, while working on their exposé. The exposé is presented and discussed with the students during the module, and a general structure and time plan for the thesis is elaborated. Furthermore, they determine preliminary presuppositions in relation to the expected findings of their BA thesis.Assessment methodsFinal examTeaching methodsLiterature-based group work and discussion, partly distance learning supportedLanguageGermanPublications The publications of Gabriele Wild written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.