Dr David Hodgson
Contact Information Telephone: +61 8 9780 7731, Email: email@example.com, Campus: South West, Room: BU2.137
- Coordinator, Master of Social Work (Advanced Practice)
- Honours supervision
- PhD supervision
- SWK3112 Social Work Theory and Practice 1
- SWK6112 Social Work Research Methods
- SWK6113 Human Services Leadership and Professional Supervision
- SWK1102 Philosophy, Knowledge and Ethics
- Australian Association of Social Workers
- The Australian Social Policy Association
- Education Policy
- School Leaving and Attrition
- Social Work Education and Curriculum
Bachelor of Social Work, University of South Australia.
PhD (Doctoral Degree), Murdoch University, 2014.
GradCert (Graduate Certificate), Southern Cross University, 2009.
MSocSc (Master of Social Science), Murdoch University, 2006.
Recent Research Grants
Development of an Evaluation Framework Family and Domestic Violence Responses in WA, Department for Child Protection, Grant,
2015 - 2016, $15,400.
Evaluation of the 'In a Child's Mind' Playgroup Project, Playgroup WA, Grant,
2008 - 2010, $5,409.
Suicide Research for the South West, Val Lishman Health Research Foundation Inc, Grant,
2009 - 2010, $30,000.
Evaluation Proposal for 'Head Heart and Hand', Milligan Community Learning and Resource Centre, Grant,
2006 - 2009, $18,725.
Examining rural youth needs in the South-West of WA: Implications for pedagogy, Association of Independent Schools of WA, AISWA - Grant,
2006 - 2007, $15,000.
Recent Publications (within the last five years)
Hodgson, D., Watts, L., (2016), What can moral and social intuitionism offer ethics education in social work? A reflective inquiry. British Journal of Social Work, Article in press(Article in press), 1-17, DOI: 10.1093/bjsw/bcw072.
Hodgson, D., Watts, L., (2016), Four principles of good assessment practice: A teaching and learning approach to designing and assessing student work. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 18(1), 8-22, Southport, QLD.
Hodgson, D., (2016), Disciplining the conduct of young people in compulsory education policy and practice. Discourse: studies in the cultural politics of education, Online(Online), 14p., DOI: 10.1080/01596306.2016.1160031.
Watts, L., Hodgson, D., (2015), Assessing the Needs of Carers of People with Mental Illness: Lessons from a Collaborative Study. Practice Social Work in Action, 28(4), 235-252, DOI: 10.1080/09503153.2015.1120279.
Watts, L., Hodgson, D., (2015), Whole Curriculum Mapping of Assessment: Cartographies of Assessment and Learning. Social Work Education, 34(6), 682-699, DOI: 10.1080/02615479.2015.1048217.
Hodgson, D., (2015), What do you want to do with your life? Ethics and compulsory education. Journal of Education Policy, 31(4), 495-507, DOI: 10.1080/02680939.2015.1119314.
Watts, L., Hodgson, D., (2013), Knowing that and knowing how: Building student confidence through skills assessment. Advances in Sociial Work and Welfare Education, 14(1), 75-88, Australia.
Hodgson, D., (2011), Policy rationalities and policy technologies: A programme for analysing the raised school-leaving age in Western Australia. Journal of Education Policy, 26(1), 115-130, DOI: 10.1080/02680939.2010.498901.
Research Student Supervision
Doctor of Philosophy, Speaking Back To Theory: Community Development Practices In The South West Region Of Western Australia