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Clare is a registered social work who worked within statutory services before moving into academia at the University of Central Lancashire. As a member of the senior management team for the School of Social Work, Care and Community, her current areas of responsibility include business development, practice learning and apprenticeships.
Clare is a registered social work who worked within statutory services before moving into academia at the University of Central Lancashire. She has experience of teaching, module leadership and course leadership at undergraduate and postgraduate level and supervises doctoral students. Clare’s doctoral thesis and published work, considers aspects of competence for social work practice. Clare is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and an Assessor for Continued Professional Development with the Health and Care Professions Council. She is also an external examiner. Her current areas of responsibility include admissions and business development for the School of Social Work, Care and Community, working within the Centre for Continuing Professional Development, development of degree apprenticeship and she is a member of the School’s senior management team.
Stone, C (forthcoming) Transparency of Assessment in Practice Environments. Journal of Practice Teaching. London: Whiting and Birch.
Stone, C. (2018). Transparency of assessment in practice education: the TAPE model. Social Work Education, 378(8), 977-994.
Stone, C., & Harbin, F. (Eds.). (2016). Transformative Learning for Social Work. Learning For and In Practice. London: Palgrave.
Stone, C. (2016). The role of practice educators in initial and post qualifying social worker education. Social Work Education, 35(6)(6), 706-718.
Stone, C. (2015). Developing method to meet the needs of the research. Journal of International Doctoral Research (JIDR) Vol 4 (1) pages 10-31
Stone, C. (2015). Competence units or holistic assessment. The language may be different but the challenges continue. Journal of Practice Teaching. London: Whiting and Birch. Vol 13, No 1.
Larkins, C., Stone, C., Berry, V., Westwood, J. & Moxon, D. (2015). It’s about cameras, and your future, and your life. The Reporters’ Academy Paul Hamlyn Project Evaluation. Combined report at end of Year 2. Preston: UCLan.
Larkins, C., Berry, V., Westwood, J. & Stone, C. (2014). A new sense of excitement about future prospects. The Reporters’ Academy Paul Hamlyn Project Evaluation – Year 1. Preston: UCLan.
Stone, C. (2014). An exploration of how Practice Educators use competency frameworks to assess social work students in practice learning settings Doctoral Thesis. University of Central Lancashire.
Stone, C., Malihi-Shoja, L., McKeown, M., & Comensus. (2013). Service User Involvement. In A. Worsley, T. Mann, A. Olsen & E. Mason-Whitehead (Eds.), Key Concepts in Social Work Practice. London: Sage.
Stone, C. (2008). Practice Learning in National Organisations Facilitated by CXL: Phase one of the Project. ISBN 978-1-901922-66-0.