Individualizing Assessment through Individualized Education of Baccalaureate Students

The following content was presented at the Baccalaureate Program Directors (BPD) Annual Conference 2017. Abstract: Abstract: Explicit Curriculum refers to the interactions structured for the delivery of content. Education can be delivered face-to- face or distributed to cellphones or handheld media devices. Maybe it’s not the modalities that are the challenge, but our structuring of the […]

Beyond Teaching Them to Fish: Macro Social Work Economic Strategies

It’s a common Introduction to Social Work question. But, I am not sure that all educators provide the most complete answer. Most helping professions include a person-in-environment perspective. Holistic assessment including biological, psychological, social, and spiritual considerations actually began in medical care, not social work. So, What’s the difference between social work and other helping […]

The Priorities of the Social Work Profession (2015)

#education #service #poor Social Work Next: The Priorities What would be the domestic target list of priorities for a social work foundation? I provide my own list for your critique. Add these priorities to the practice mandate of environmental practice, the opportunity areas of any current time or context, and the potential of small associations (1000-5000 […]

Social Work Next Overview

Overview:  Social workers are on the front lines of social entrepreneurship, financial capability, public education, and health care. Yet, the profession is only now discussing the integration of these practice areas into social work education. Rather than focusing on the micro-macro distinctions, the profession must return to its roots toward integration of skills across systems. […]