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Note for post-qualified workers and students: Some of the element labels in the materials, such as on the element cards and personal construct grid, may need to be slightly amended. Please be creative to change these to reflect your own needs. These tools provide essential staged processes but the actual elements are open for your own use. See Fransella (2005) in the further references section (http://www.open.ac.uk/pbpl/activities/details/projectpage.php?itemId=4832deec92f3e&pageId=4832e68f3a92c) for more discussions about the creative use of Personal Construct Psychology techniques.
|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
Health and Social Care
Other Departments > Other Departments
|Depositing User:||Barry Cooper|
|Date Deposited:||17 Sep 2010 10:05|
|Last Modified:||24 Feb 2016 05:48|
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