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Problem-Led Learning for Social Work

Hilary Burgess

Problem-Led Learning for Social Work

The Enquiry and Action Approach

by Hilary Burgess

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Published by Whiting & Birch Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Social work,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12073750M
    ISBN 101871177294
    ISBN 109781871177299

      Problem Based Learning in the Social Studies 1. The Problem is the Solution PBL in the Social Studies 2. Where are we goingtoday? 3. Solving problems makes the brain happy 4. PBL is not a silver bullet, it’s a hammer 5. 6. In this book, he said, “The only learning which significantly influences behavior is self-discovered, self-appropriated learning.” The more I work and learn in this field, the more I agree. Before I began to work in the field of mental health and addictions, I was simply a student—and a naïve one at that.

      This approach has important implications for moving the profession toward greater accountability in the practice of social work. Unless educators can motivate practitioners to change the way in which they ask questions and make predictions, it is unlikely that practitioners will use scientific information in their problem-solving by: 9. The needs/problem statement is rooted in factual information. The conceptualization of your proposal is guided by an understanding of the needs or problems, not only at the level at which you provide services but also within the larger context of the community, state, or nation. An effective needs/problem statement does four things: Size: KB.

      Service-learning, specifically in the macro and policy classes, may help create a new generation of social work practitioners who have a career centered on social change. Ultimately, this changes the lives of clients through the creation of more socially just policies that promote a better, more equitable society. Building Social Skills through ACTIVITIES Learning Objectives S-1 To increase understanding of social activities, social skills, and the benefits of social interaction S-2 To identify personal strengths and needs in social interaction S-3 To increase awareness of benefits from social interaction S-4 To increase familiarization of social File Size: KB.


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