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- Bachelor in Social Work
- Programmes Incoming Students
This is a single course unit.
Course sequence (VT)
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Total study time: 80,00 hours
Possible deadlines for learning account: 01.12.2022 ()
This course unit is marked out of 20 (rounded to an integer).
Re-sit exam: is possible.
Co-ordinator: De Schrijver Veerle
Language course: No
Scheduled for: Semester 5
Final competences (list)
|SOW/0100||The PBA SOW emancipates and empowers stakeholders in their diverse and complex contexts. She/he focuses on social change and development, social cohesion, and empowering and liberating people. She/he starts a purposeful cyclical process in dialogue with stakeholders. The bachelor gathers and interprets relevant data from diverse sources, uses knowledge and insights from social work theories, social science, human science, humanities and jurisprudence, and uses methodologies to tackle non familiar, complex challenges. Throughout the cyclical process, the bachelor is accessible and tries to relate to the everyday environment of the stakeholders. She/he tries to unite people on micro, meso and macro level.
The Professional Bachelor in Social Work/Personnel Work supports stakeholders in a work context. The primary aim is to support both an organisation and its employees.
|SOW/0101||The student demonstrates knowledge of storytelling as a method that can be used on different levels within social work||learning goal broadening/deepening||BS
|SOW/0102||The student demonstrates the ability to make use of narrative approaches in social work||learning goal autonomous/complex||BS
An overview of key theories and concepts in storytelling/narrativity.
Explore how dominant narratives of choice and decision-making processes of different agents (urban residents, refugees, visitors, governments, companies, investors...) can be reframed to alternative narratives.
Exploration and exercises with the method of storytelling as a 'sense-making tool' for qualitative research as well as for facilitating transition processes.
Exploration of narrativity in individual social work.
Educational organisation (list)
Educational organisation (text)
Explore examples of storytelling used as a method on different levels within social work (personal stories - co-creative stories in community work or organizational stories)
Learn how to give meaning to stories from different target groups/communities.
Learn how to use stories to stenghten people of different target groups by gathering stories, analyzing and interpreting these narratives.
Learn to use stories as a communication tool for communities and organisations.
Education and assessment will be organised as described on these ECTS sheets, except when measures must be taken due to a pandemic, and other education and assessment methods are used accordingly.
Evaluation(s) for first exam chance
|First term within exam period||Assignment||100,00||Create a blog with assignments linked to the content of the different lessons (more detailed information will be available at the start of the semester and at the digital learning platform CANVAS)
Evaluation(s) for re-sit exam
|Third term within exam period||Assignment||100,00||Adapt the blog (with assignments linked to the content of the different lessons) according to the delivered feedback (more detailed information will be available at the start of the semester and at the digital learning platform CANVAS)
Create a blog with assignments linked to the content of the different lessons (more detailed information will be available at the start of the semester and at the digital learning platform CANVAS).
In case of a retake - modify the blog according to the given feedback.
For incoming international student the 2th exam opportunity will be organized in the week immediately after the examination board in January 2022.
The study guide mentions the practicalities and specific arrangements of the retake of the exam.