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Myers, Dennis; Singletary, Jon; Rogers, Rob; Ellor, Jim; Barham, Sidney – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
Faculty and students evaluate the curriculum design and delivery of a synchronous online PhD program in social work that prepares scholar-practitioners in social work research, education, and organizational practice. The designers envision a collaborative community of scholars and leaders nurtured by a cohort-based, sequenced curriculum, and…
Descriptors: Synchronous Communication, Social Work, Doctoral Programs, Student Attitudes
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Nordberg, Anne; Praetorius, Regina T.; McCoy, Mary K.; Mitschke, D. B.; Henderson, Jeremiah – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
Criminal-justice-involved clients often are a complicated population for students to consider through a lens of oppression. Nevertheless, it is critical that they do so given that many will serve clients with criminal records during their careers. An attempt to challenge students' prejudice toward criminal-justice-involved people was deployed…
Descriptors: Crime, Justice, Social Bias, Teaching Methods
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Taylor, Patricia G.; Cheung, Monit – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2010
This mixed-method in vivo exploratory study examines the learning strategies that prepare students for social work practice and shows that these strategies can make a measurable difference. Though many authors have called for self-awareness to promote cultural sensitivity, the concept of the integrated personal/professional self has not previously…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Social Work, Teaching Methods, Metacognition