Other key features include:
" case studies that illustrate the application of theory to `real-life' practice
" an emphasis on critical reflection, including reflective questions
" an easily accessible style, with key terms and tips for further reading
" a four-part structure guiding the reader through different stages of conversations and relationships in informal education.
Informal Learning in Youth Work provides a unique combination of theoretical analysis and practice tips. Satisfying training and course requirements in the area, it will be essential reading for all students on youth and community work courses, as well as those in allied fields such as education and social work. It will also be a valuable reference for practitioners working with young people on a daily basis.
|Challenging the `NEET` discourse|
|Reflective Practice in the Context of Diversity|
|Competence, Negotiation and Accompaniment|
|Youth Work Responses|
|Resources for Practice|