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Trull, Laura Hunt; Myers, Karen – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2020
This study explored whether the experience of completing a Bachelor of Social Work degree with embedded diversity education has an effect on a student's cultural humility, specifically looking at the variables of cultural awareness and commitment to lifelong learning. Students were administered the Diversity & Oppression Scale at the beginning…
Descriptors: Course Content, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Pluralism, Counselor Training
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Apgar, Dawn – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2020
While much is written about the professionalization of practitioners with bachelor's degrees in social work, there is a void in the literature with regard to the role of those with undergraduate minors in social work. The few articles on social work minor programs are dated, yet the number of such programs is increasing, but with little…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Social Work, Specialization, Bachelors Degrees
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Oehlers, Kirsten – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2020
Social work educators face the task of integrating personal experiences into their teaching practice. In difficult topic areas such as child protection, violence, trauma, and abuse, the challenge of presenting material objectively is made more difficult when the social work educator has lived experience of these topics. This paper uses a…
Descriptors: Child Safety, Social Work, Undergraduate Students, Counselor Training
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Olcon, Katarzyna – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2020
Inadequate attention to race, racism, and Whiteness in social work education ineffectively prepares White students to work with historically excluded racial and ethnic groups, and undermines the profession's fundamental commitment to social justice. This article presents experiences of eight White social work students confronting race, racism and…
Descriptors: White Students, Social Work, Counselor Training, Study Abroad
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Knipe, Mallory R. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2020
Developing critical consciousness is key to social workers becoming competent practitioners, but due to its multifaceted nature, finding a single classroom strategy to effectively engage all students in this process is challenging. Problem-posing education is a method that encourages students to examine the sociopolitical, historical, and cultural…
Descriptors: Consciousness Raising, Social Work, Undergraduate Students, Problem Based Learning
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Moore, Matt; Mann, Ana – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2020
Students from six countries collaborated on projects promoting social justice and aimed at international diplomacy. The collaboration included social work students in policy courses and international students in English courses. Students explored topics such as human trafficking and poverty. Students identified global strategies for addressing…
Descriptors: Social Work, Counselor Training, Social Justice, Foreign Students
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Tyler, Tee R.; Franklin, Ashley E. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2020
In this paper, we review the results of a qualitative thematic analysis exploring student reflections during an Objective Structured Clinical Examination Adapted for Social Work (OSCE-SW). Students interfaced with embedded participants representing either a parent-bisexual child or parent-transgender child dyad during a study examining learning…
Descriptors: Reflection, Social Work, Sexual Orientation, Sexual Identity
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Tower, Leslie; Mankowski, Mariann; Hash, Kristina; Kim, Haejung – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
In response to the well documented divisiveness throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, faculty members at one university developed a "teach-in" to help students identify and respond to the resulting difficult communications in positive ways. This was accomplished through planned activities implementing micro/macro theories and…
Descriptors: Social Work, Experiential Learning, Teaching Methods, College Faculty
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Malczyk, Benjamin R. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
The HyFlex blended learning model is a student-driven approach that allows students to determine what blended learning they prefer to meet their unique needs. In a HyFlex course, students are presented with a choice with each class session -- whether to attend face-to-face or participate online. This article introduces social work educators to the…
Descriptors: Social Work, Blended Learning, Electronic Learning, Synchronous Communication
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Joiner, Janet M.; Patterson, Debra – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
This paper presents pilot study results with 59 students enrolled in online Bachelor of Social Work courses that used VoiceThread (VT), an asynchronous communication platform. This study explored benefits and limitations associated with using VT to complete assignments, learn course content, and engage classmates. Students completed an online…
Descriptors: Social Work, Asynchronous Communication, Undergraduate Students, Computer Mediated Communication
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Kusmaul, Nancy – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
In response to needs identified by the Institute of Medicine and the National Association of Social Workers, this article describes an experiential assignment to increase BSW students' skills in end-of-life care. In this assignment, students discussed end-of-life wishes with another, completed an advance directive, and processed their experience.…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Bachelors Degrees, Social Work, Experiential Learning
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Law, Kristi L.; Rowe, Jeannine M. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
Self-awareness is important in social work education because it promotes knowledge, skill, and value development. However, little is written about the ways in which educators facilitate this process. A project was undertaken to design a new self-awareness assignment (SAA) and examine its value. The SAA's development, which relies on role-plays, is…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Undergraduate Students, Class Activities, Reflection
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Chen, Qiang; Russell, Regina M. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
This qualitative study was undertaken to explore what undergraduate students reflect on during their learning to practice social work in the field. Reflection is essential in the social work field practicum where students learn the practice of social work by doing. Seventeen BSW students' final field practicum learning papers are analyzed. Four…
Descriptors: Counselor Training, Undergraduate Students, Social Work, Student Attitudes
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Asakura, Kenta; Todd, Sarah; Eagle, Brooke; Morris, Brenda – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2018
Although field education is considered the signature pedagogy of social work, the work of field coordinators appear to remain peripheral to other aspects of social work education, such as coursework and research. In this article, we suggest that field coordination requires a far more complex set of knowledge and skills than merely matching…
Descriptors: Social Work, Teaching Methods, Counselor Training, Student Placement
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Watkins, Karen; Forge, Nicholas; Lewinson, Terri; Garner, Brittany; Carter, Larance D.; Greenwald, Lindsay – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2018
Social work educators are challenged to adopt innovative instructional methods and pedagogies to prepare students to meet the contemporary needs of diverse client populations. A team-based learning (TBL) approach is a pedagogical strategy that utilizes cooperative and collaborative learning principles to inspire academic, professional, and…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Attitudes, Social Work, Cooperative Learning
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