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Farrel, Dorothy; Ray, Kateri; Rich, Telvis; Suarez, Zulema; Christenson, Brian; Jennigs, Lisa – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2018
With an increase in social work courses being offered in online and hybrid formats, it is imperative that social work programs understand the new teaching tenets and engagement mediums employed to meet the new Council on Social Work Education's Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards. This meta-analysis explores best-practices pedagogy for…
Descriptors: Meta Analysis, Social Work, Online Courses, Learner Engagement
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Altman, Julie Cooper; Schaffner Goldberg, Gertrude; Quiros, Laura – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
The benefits of literature are countless. Social workers, however, are usually not inclined to count the teaching and practice of social work among its beneficiaries. We believe that literature is one of the ways to enrich vital components of social work knowledge, attitudes, and skills. In this article, we begin by calling attention to a…
Descriptors: Social Work, Literature, Didacticism, Empathy
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Rothwell, David W.; Lach, Lucyana; Blumenthal, Anne; Akesson, Bree – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2015
The first social work doctoral program in Canada began in 1952. Relatively recently, the number of programs has grown rapidly, doubling in the past 10 years to 14 programs. Despite the expansion there is no systematic understanding of the patterns and trends in doctoral research. In this study we review 248 publicly available dissertations from…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Doctoral Dissertations, Social Work, Educational Practices
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Averett, Paige E.; Arnd-Caddigan, Margaret – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2014
This article includes a review of the literature on personal epistemology and the reflective judgment model and applies these theoretical concepts to undergraduate students who engage in service-learning projects. The application will provide instructors with greater understanding of students' abilities and limitations in their…
Descriptors: Service Learning, Social Work, Epistemology, Reflection
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Dennison, Susan T.; Gruber, Kenneth J.; Vrbsky, Lucas – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2010
This article presents a review of research studies examining instructional methods reported in the social work education literature published between 1998 and 2008. From a sample of 91 studies, 31 were identified as having used either a single group pre/post test design or a comparison of two or more groups and inclusion of a learning outcome…
Descriptors: Social Work, Teaching Methods, Literature, Social Science Research
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Barretti, Marietta Anne – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2007
The social work literature often mentions the value and importance of faculty and field instructors serving as role models for students. Unlike allied disciplines, the influence of role models in social work education remains relatively unexplored. This article includes a search of two electronic databases on "role models and social work…
Descriptors: Field Instruction, Role Models, Student Role, Social Work
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Gebotys, Robert J.; Hardie, Susan Lynn – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2007
The types of statistical analyses used in more than 800 journal articles commonly cited by social workers were examined and comparisons of statistical analyses used in this published research were made between journal articles published in the late 1980s and early 2000. The data clearly indicate little has changed in the statistical methods used…
Descriptors: Guidelines, Journal Articles, Social Work, Statistical Analysis
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Mullin, Walter J.; Canning, James J. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2007
This article addresses the use of process recordings in supervising social work students learning to practice with children. Although process recordings are a traditional method of teaching and learning social work practice, they have received little attention in the literature of social work practice and social work education. Process recordings…
Descriptors: Supervision, Social Work, Teaching Methods, Graduate Students
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Beaulaurier, Richard L.; Radisch, Matthew A. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2005
In spite of the dramatic increase in the volume of information on computer technology in social work, very little has been written about how this technology might be incorporated into existing curricula. What is needed is an overview of how computers have been used in social work practice and in educational settings that can serve as a starting…
Descriptors: Teaching Styles, Teaching Methods, Educational Strategies, Literature Reviews