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McClendon, Jennifer; Lane, Shannon R.; Ostrander, Jason; Smith, Tanya Rhodes – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2020
Social workers are challenged by the profession's Code of Ethics to engage in social and political action to create social change, and social work education is challenged by our Code and accreditation standards to prepare students for this challenge. Social policy instructors often need to adapt teaching methods in order to account for differences…
Descriptors: Social Work, Counselor Training, Geographic Regions, Political Attitudes
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Cordero, Antonia – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2008
Social work programs that prepare students for culturally competent practice rely on the principle that cultural identity and differences are positive; and that social work services need to be delivered in ways which are culturally acceptable to clients and enhance their ethnic group participation and power. Cross-cultural experiences facilitate…
Descriptors: Teaching Models, Transformative Learning, Cross Cultural Training, Adult Learning
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Negroni-Rodriguez, Lirio K.; Dicks, Barbara A.; Morales, Julio – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2006
This paper presents a model for advising Latino/a students in graduate social work programs. The model is based on ecological-systemic and empowerment theory and ascribes to the social work values and cultural competence standards proposed by the National Association of Social Workers. It has been developed within an institution that has sought…
Descriptors: Mentors, Minority Groups, Social Work, Hispanic American Students