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Adedoyin, A. Christson; Moore, Sharon E.; Robinson, Michael A.; Clayton, Dewey M.; Boamah, Daniel A.; Harmon, Dana K. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
Despite the contemporary public's discourse regarding the embrace of human diversity within the United States, Black males still are perennially brutalized, killed, and negatively stereotyped. Recent events regarding police killings underscore the reality that even though Black males have the same constitutional and civil rights as all other…
Descriptors: Males, African Americans, Police, Social Bias
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Keeney, Annie J.; Hohman, Melinda; Bergman, Eyal – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
Simulation training has been found to be an effective method to increase social work student knowledge, empathy, or skills. This study examined the impact of an interprofessional poverty simulation on public school teacher participants, who would learn about the impact of poverty, and on social work students, who were the volunteers or…
Descriptors: Simulation, Teaching Methods, Social Work, Training
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Fulton, A. E.; Dimitropoulos, G.; Ayala, J.; McLaughlin, A. M.; Baynton, M.; Blaug, C.; Collins, T.; Elliott, G.; Judge-Stasiak, A.; Letkemann, L.; Ragan, E. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
Field practicum plays a central role in social work education by socializing social work students to the profession and facilitating the integration of theoretical knowledge with skill development. Students can be apprehensive about beginning practicum and often lack adequate formal preparation for the practicum experience. This study evaluates…
Descriptors: Practicums, Field Experience Programs, Social Work, Masters Programs
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Bolger, Janine – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
Technical approaches suggesting that systematically produced, generalized, and scientific knowledge are the most solid foundations for practice present significant challenges for the social work profession, in which the decisions faced often are not technical but rather moral, requiring the application of ethically based and intuitive skills.…
Descriptors: Therapy, Child Care, Social Work, Intervention
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Pecukonis, Edward; Keefe, Robert H.; Copeland, Valire Carr; Cuddeback, Gary S.; Friedman, Mark S.; Albert, Steven M. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
This article reports the findings of a 2-day public health social work (PHSW) summit that brought together PHSW educators, practitioners, and administrators to generate ideas for preparing the next generation of PHSW leaders. Data from focus groups revealed four themes: the importance of PHSW in our healthcare delivery system, the need for public…
Descriptors: Public Health, Social Work, Counselor Training, Professional Identity
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Danso, Kofi; Aalgaard, Ross – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
Recent discussions on social work education increasingly have drawn attention to doctoral education. The purpose of this article is to consider these discussions that debated some of the ways of improving doctoral student education and professional development, using professional socialization as a conceptual framework. Issues such as research,…
Descriptors: Socialization, Doctoral Students, Social Work, Doctoral Programs
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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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Wahler, Elizabeth A. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
A long-standing disconnect between social work practice and research exists that begins with our current education model. When taught separately, students often think they are distinctly different areas of social work that do not have to coexist. This conceptualization of research and practice as separate could contribute to the dearth of research…
Descriptors: Social Work, Research and Development, Theory Practice Relationship, Anxiety
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Whitworth, James D.; Lawrence, Shawn; Dziegielewski, Sophia F.; Mandes, Chelsea L. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
Military social work certificates, courses, and specializations have emerged to address the need for competent and culturally aware practitioners to serve military and veteran clients. This study evaluates one of these certificate programs surveying 27 previous graduate students and 11 field supervisors affiliated with this program. The majority…
Descriptors: Social Work, Counselor Training, Certification, Specialization
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Sellers, Wendy; Neff, Duane – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
This paper explores the process of assessment in social work education programs throughout the United States. Following the guidelines of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) 2008 Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS), social work education has switched from student learning outcomes to competency-based measures. Included in…
Descriptors: Social Work, Counselor Training, Guidelines, Professional Associations
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Corcoran, Jacqueline; Stuart, Scott; Schultz, Jessica – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) is a relatively brief psychodynamic intervention of approximately 12 sessions focusing on how current interpersonal relationships have contributed to a person's mental health symptoms. Areas targeted for work involve significant role transitions, grief and loss, and interpersonal disputes. IPT is an evidence-based…
Descriptors: Psychotherapy, Masters Programs, Social Work, Professional Education
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Rishel, Carrie W.; Hartnett, Helen P. – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2019
Educating social work students to address behavioral health needs of youth requires new training approaches that prepare students for interprofessional prevention-focused practice. This study examines whether a newly developed graduate certificate in integrated behavioral health effectively prepares students for prevention-focused behavioral…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Behavior Problems, Prevention, Social Work
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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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