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Lecture 3 of the MA module "Professionalisation and the quality of care" (PAMAOK003), Groningen University Education Department.

Lecture 3 of the MA module "Professionalisation and the quality of care" (PAMAOK003), Groningen University Education Department.

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Approaches To Clinical Supervision (PAMAOK003) Approaches To Clinical Supervision (PAMAOK003) Presentation Transcript

  • Edward Pajak Approaches to clinical supervision PAMAOK_003: Professionalising education and improving the quality of care 18 November 2009 (lecture 3) Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd and Marieke van Roy To review this presentation see www.slideshare.net
  • Aim
    • Collectively explore Edward Pajak’s approaches to clinical supervision, as a discussion session.
  • Origins in the sociology of John Dewey
    • ‘ What nutrition and reproduction are to physiological life, education is to social life. This education consists primarily in transmission through communication. Communication is a process of sharing experience till it becomes a common possession.’
    • Intertwining of education with democracy and communication.
    • Traditional education too concerned with ‘delivering knowledge’.
    • Proponent of experiential learning.
    1859-1952
  • Edward Pajak focus on clinical supervision
    • ‘ When Dewey called for the application of the scientific method to educational problems, he was referring to reflective inquiry as a guide to practice.’ (:2-3)
    • Democratic supervision recognises the worth of individuals.
    • Democracy is action oriented: the pursuit of intelligent solutions through problem-centred groups.
    • Schools are information-based organisations.
  • David Weinberger’s Cluetrain (1999)
    • ‘ A powerful global conversation has begun. Through the Internet, people are discovering and inventing new ways to share relevant knowledge with blinding speed. As a direct result, markets are getting smarter—and getting smarter faster than most companies.’
    • Claims that expertise is no longer in an individual, but the result of social interaction.
    • This is the result (in part) of a sociotechnical revolution.
  • Thank you for your attention