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Pre-PIVOT: The Commemorative Trophy for Good Works

Cooper, Barry and Pickering, Maggie (2009). Pre-PIVOT: The Commemorative Trophy for Good Works. The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.

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A pre-PIVOT taster - the 'Commemorative Trophy for Good Works' is a short entry-level exercise that starts you thinking about yourself and how you think others 'see' you. It will give you an idea of the kind of enhanced reflection that the PIVOT tools will ask you to do.

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Copyright Holders: 2009 The Authors
Extra Information: Documents relating to this project available in this repository:

Pre-PIVOT: The Commemorative Trophy for Good Works (CLICK HERE).

Personal Construct Grid template for use in PIVOT Stage 1 (CLICK HERE).

Personal Constructs PIVOT Stage 1: Element Cards, Numbers Card and Question Card (CLICK HERE).

PIVOT Stage 1: Personal Constructs of Practice (CLICK HERE).

PIVOT Stage 2: Professional and Personal Values in Practice (CLICK HERE).

Values Ladder Template for use in PIVOT Stage 2 (CLICK HERE).

PIVOT Learning Aims Scale - Template for use in PIVOT Stage 3 (CLICK HERE).

PIVOT Stage 3: Generating Learning Aims for Practice (CLICK HERE).

PIVOT Learning Aims Scale - Completed Sample (CLICK HERE).

Piloting PIVOT: The Professional Identity and Values Organisation Tool (CLICK HERE).

Academic Unit/Department: Health and Social Care > Social Work
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Item ID: 23084
Depositing User: Barry Cooper
Date Deposited: 17 Sep 2010 09:54
Last Modified: 24 Feb 2016 08:01
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