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Oliphant, Sarah Moore; Ritchie, Dennis J.; Origanti, Francis – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
This article examines three models of international social work learning experiences through the lens of Gray's (2005) three paradoxical processes: indigenization, universalism, and imperialism.
Descriptors: Social Work, Counselor Training, Learning Experience, Models
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Báez, Johanna Creswell; Marquart, Matthea; Chung, Rebecca Yae-Eun; Ryan, Delia; Garay, Kristin – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
With the growth of online and distance education in social work, faculty training and support need to be provided to ensure high-quality online social work education. A model for training social work educators in online teaching is outlined that focuses on pedagogy, technology, and social work values. Columbia University School of Social Work's…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, College Faculty, Online Courses, Social Work
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McKinney, Jason S. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
The movement towards competency-based education in social work has required a shift in delivery to more experiential learning opportunities for students. Looking forward, the Council on Social Work Education [CSWE] has instituted a Futures Task Force, exploring roles social workers may play in the future, with particular attention to the evolution…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Social Work, Simulated Environment, Blended Learning
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Tisman, Alexander; Clarendon, Daniel – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2018
This article provides a prospective model syllabus for graduate-level social work courses exploring the interactions between social work and race--both historical and present, both productive and problematic--and makes an argument for this subject matter's relevance for a course to be implemented in the graduate-level curriculum of social work…
Descriptors: Race, Racial Bias, Racial Discrimination, Social Work
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Bessaha, Melissa L.; Solis, Carmen L.; Franks, Cheryl L.; Yoon, Heejin; Dualeh, Delmar; Monroy-Caceres, Hugo; Cuesta, Gabrielle; Rodriguez, Eric – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2018
Field education is essential to the development of professional social workers. Despite the significant overlap in social work's and higher education's missions and values, there is a scarcity of social work internships specifically in higher education settings. The placement of social work interns in institutions of higher education provides a…
Descriptors: Social Work, Graduate Students, Masters Programs, Internship Programs
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Hansford, Candace; Ely, Gretchen E.; Flaherty, Chris; Meyer-Adams, Nancy – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
The purpose of this article is to describe student perceptions of their experiences around social justice discussions in the social work classroom through a qualitative, grounded theory framework. Student responses from a qualitative section of a survey were analyzed and sorted into three categories: perceived discrimination, heightened…
Descriptors: Social Work, Social Justice, Counselor Training, Student Attitudes
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Dougherty, Cynthia; Fields, Noelle L.; Schuman, Donna – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2017
Graduates of social work doctoral programs are an integral part of social work education and, as faculty, training of BSW and MSW students. Missing from the literature are theoretical frameworks that advance the study of "what works and for whom" in social work doctoral education. Building upon the existing literature, this article…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Social Work, Student Experience, Educational Change
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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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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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Fouché, Christa; Bartley, Allen – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2016
It remains a dilemma for social work educators to teach research so that it can be embraced by students as an integral part of social work practice. This article reports on an initiative to design a research course focused on the integration of research with practice. Drawing on developments in data mining and techniques in secondary data…
Descriptors: Data Analysis, Teaching Methods, Social Work, Social Science Research
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Matthieu, Monica M.; Carter, Lorien; Casner, Robert W.; Edmond, Tonya E. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2016
This study evaluated a continuing education training program designed to increase field educators' capacities to support students in their application of the evidence-based practice (EBP) process. A cohort of social work field instructors and task supervisors from agency-based settings (N = 186) attended a 1-day interactive skill-based training.…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Models, Field Instruction, Continuing Education
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Berzoff, Joan; Drisko, James – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2015
Social work doctoral programs are not adequately preparing students to educate future clinical practitioners. Social work is predominantly a practice profession. Social work's PhD programs must continue the education of excellent researchers while also educating for excellence in practice, teaching, field liaison, and the supervision of practice.…
Descriptors: Social Work, Doctoral Programs, Clinical Experience, Educational Practices
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Drisko, James; Hunnicutt, Christie; Berenson, Laura – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2015
The Group for the Advancement of Doctoral Education (GADE) promotes excellence in PhD education in Social Work. GADE's 2013 Quality Guidelines for PhD Programs heavily emphasize preparation for research. Little is known, however, about the details of the contemporary social work PhD program structure and curriculum. Several prior surveys have…
Descriptors: Content Analysis, Course Objectives, Doctoral Programs, Curriculum Evaluation
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Kemp, Susan Patricia; Nurius, Paula S. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2015
Research models that bridge disciplinary, theoretical, and methodological boundaries are increasingly common as funders and the public push for effective responses to pressing social problems. Although social work is inherently an integrative discipline, there is growing recognition of the need to better prepare emerging scholars for sophisticated…
Descriptors: Models, Research Methodology, Interdisciplinary Approach, Social Work
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Gibson, Priscilla Ann – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2014
Social work students, regardless of their multiple social identities in oppressed and oppressor groups, are called upon to take action against social injustice. This conceptual article introduces the Ally Model of social justice and its alignment with social work values and goals and recommends it to social work educators as a pedagogical tool to…
Descriptors: Social Work, Social Justice, College Faculty, Models
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