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Simmons, Christopher; Fisher, Amy Killen; Barnard, Marie; Allen, Susan C. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
This study compared a sample of entry-level and advanced BSW students, who completed pretest and posttest self-efficacy measures, to assess their level of confidence in performing social work tasks after 15 weeks of instruction. By the end of the semester, only advanced students made significant gains in self-efficacy beliefs, and they showed a…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Undergraduate Students, Social Work, Counselor Training
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Berger, Roni; Paul, Marilyn S. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
Schools of social work are increasingly offering study abroad courses as a strategy for enhancing future practitioners' knowledge and skills in serving individuals and families of diverse sociocultural backgrounds. Literature relative to such educational initiatives has focused on the characteristics, motivations, and outcomes for students and…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Social Work, Counselor Training, College Faculty
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Mullins, Mary H. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
Active learning approaches have shown to improve student learning outcomes and improve the experience of students in the classroom. This article compares a Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning style approach to a more traditional teaching method in an undergraduate research methods course. Moving from a more traditional learning environment to…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Active Learning, Teaching Methods, Comparative Analysis
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Newcomb, Michelle; Burton, Judith; Edwards, Niki – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
Many students pursuing social work and human services courses have experienced adverse childhoods. This article focuses on their learning about self-care, an important skill for future practice. Interviews with 20 undergraduate students with a history of childhood adversity found unmet needs both for conceptualizing self-care and developing…
Descriptors: Daily Living Skills, Disadvantaged, Child Development, Role Models
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Curran, Laura; Sanchez Mayers, Ray; Fulghum, Fontaine – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
Online programs have proliferated rapidly in higher education, and this reality holds true for social work education as well. Employing a mixed methods design, this study looked at employer perceptions of online degrees compared to traditional degrees. Data was collected through an online survey that included Likert type and open-ended questions…
Descriptors: Human Services, Administrator Attitudes, Online Courses, Social Work
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Braganza, Morgan; Akesson, Bree; Rothwell, David – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
Grounded theory is a popular methodological approach in social work research, especially by doctoral students conducting qualitative research. The approach, however, is not always used consistently or as originally designed, compromising the quality of the research. The aim of the current study is to assess the quality of recent Canadian social…
Descriptors: Social Work, Doctoral Dissertations, Grounded Theory, Qualitative Research
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Combs-Orme, Terri; Lefmann, Tess; Pilkay, Stefanie; Strong, Joe; Thompson, Phyllis; Veerman, Tara – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
Important findings from neuroscience research provide valuable knowledge for social work practice, and although these findings are already being incorporated into practice in many other disciplines, social work has been slow to integrate this content into foundation professional education. This article describes how one social work program…
Descriptors: Neurosciences, Social Work, Professional Education, Behavior
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Iacono, Gio – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
Many social work students approach the end of their formal training unprepared to utilize self-care approaches to prevent burnout. Providing students more comprehensive self-care training can help address this issue. One approach to fostering self-care and addressing stress and burnout in social work students is the attitude and practice of…
Descriptors: Altruism, Self Concept, Social Work, Professional Education
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Howard, Stephenie – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
Black students are underrepresented in doctoral programs in social work, and the disparity calls for greater attention to the preparation of such students for doctoral programs. Toward this goal, this article examines the sociocultural influences on the matriculation of Black students in social work who are the first in their family to pursue a…
Descriptors: African American Students, First Generation College Students, Graduate Students, Social Work
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Bromfield, Nicole F.; Capous-Desyllas, Moshoula – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
This article explores a classroom project in which we used photovoice as a pedagogical tool to enhance personal and professional self-awareness among female, Muslim, social work students in an intercultural classroom setting located in the Arabian Gulf. We begin with an overview and discussion of arts-based approaches to education and then provide…
Descriptors: Photography, Social Action, Females, Muslims
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Shah, Avani; Wharton, Tracy; Scogin, Forrest – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
Professional shortages of geriatrically trained social workers pose a barrier to mental health care for older adults. Integrating graduate social work interns into primary care settings may increase the availability of trained social workers. However, few studies provide guidance on how to develop an interprofessional healthcare placement focused…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Social Work, Counselor Training, Older Adults
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Teater, Barbra; Roy, Jessica; Carpenter, John; Forrester, Donald; Devaney, John; Scourfield, Jonathan – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
Students in the United Kingdom (UK) are found to lack knowledge and skills in quantitative research methods. To address this gap, a quantitative research method and statistical analysis curriculum comprising 10 individual lessons was developed, piloted, and evaluated at two universities The evaluation found that BSW students' (N = 81)…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Social Work, Curriculum Development
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Duncan-Daston, Rana; Schneller, Debora – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2016
Evolving developments in psychodynamic theory have strengthened it as an evidence-based approach and have made it concordant with social work's strengths-based, multicultural perspective. An elective focused on teaching fundamental concepts of psychodynamic psychotherapy was developed for graduate social work students based on Kolb's theory of…
Descriptors: Social Work, Graduate Students, Psychotherapy, Cultural Pluralism
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Levinson, Samantha G.; Caldwell, Keith; Petracchi, Helen E.; Wexler, Sandra; Engel, Rafael – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2016
Community assessment is a strategy commonly taught to social work students to identify a community's strengths and challenges. This article describes the value of using video documentary as part of a community assessment assignment. We identify the advantages of using video documentary in the assessment process and the reporting of findings. We…
Descriptors: Assignments, Documentaries, Multimedia Instruction, Multimedia Materials
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Sayre, Molly Malany – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2016
New findings about the brain are explicating how we make moral and ethical decisions. The neuroscience of morality is relevant to ethical decision making in social work because of a shared biopsychosocial perspective and the field's explanatory power to understand possible origins of universally accepted morals and personal attitudes at play in…
Descriptors: Ethical Instruction, Neurosciences, Social Work, Professional Education
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