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Transfer of Learning

Examines the issue of transfer of learning, including research in the transfer of social work interviewing skills from the classroom to the work setting.

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Problem-Based Learning in a Social Work Family Class

Problem-Based Learning, (PBL) appears to be a good fit for social work education, particularly to help connect theory and practice (Coulshed, 1993). PBL is also consistent with the values and processes of social work practice.

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In Love with Technology: A Critical Review of the use of Technology in Social Work Education

The incorporation of technologies into social work education raise many issues that require thoughtful analysis. The authors outline key issues and questions that should be examined as new technologies are considered and adopted. They provide a critical analysis of the use of these technologies in social work education.

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Uses, Abuses and Best Practices in Student Grading

This paper critically examines the purpose of student evaluation, its benefits and challenges, and the issues surrounding grade inflation in North American post-secondary institutions. It also discusses the experience of grade inflation in the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Calgary in Canada. In particular it outlines the strategies adopted for minimizing inflationary trends in grading practices.

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The Promise of Portfolios in Social Work Education

Examines the use of portfolios in an undergraduate social work program at a large Canadian university.

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Teaching Evaluation in Higher Education: Research and Political Issues

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Teaching and Practicing: Parallels between Good Teaching and Social Work Practice: The Classroom as a Working Group

This paper looks at the classroom as a working group. It draws parallels between classroom teaching skills and clinical social work practice.

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“Not an Ordinary Conversation”: Using Questioning as a Supervision Tool in the Social Work Practicum

This paper will provide a practical approach to working with students in a university professional education program to assist them to develop refective skills.

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