How can we help novice child protection social workers to see situations like experienced practitioners? A randomised controlled trial evaluation of the ShadowBox™ method using pre-recorded video feedback
Whittaker, A., Moser, K., Harvey, D. and Brand, M. (2021). How can we help novice child protection social workers to see situations like experienced practitioners? A randomised controlled trial evaluation of the ShadowBox™ method using pre-recorded video feedback. Naturalistic Decision Making and Resilience Engineering Symposium 2021. Toulouse, France 20 - 24 Jun 2021 Naturalistic Decision Making.
|Authors||Whittaker, A., Moser, K., Harvey, D. and Brand, M.|
Participants and Setting
Undertaking the scenarios improved both groups but greater improvement was seen in participants who had received video feedback from a panel of experienced practitioners. The results were promising, with participant accuracy increasing by 44% (from 31% to 75%) in the intervention group compared to an increase of 31% (from 32% to 63%) in the control group.
The qualitative findings are that novice participants make predictable errors, including:
|Keywords||Decision making; expertise; education|
|Publisher||Naturalistic Decision Making|
|Web address (URL)||https://naturalisticdecisionmaking.org/next-conference/|
|Accepted author manuscript|
File Access Level
|20 Jun 2021|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||26 Aug 2021|
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