Competency-Based Education And Shared Academic Freedom For Transformational Education

@inproceedings{Harris2016CompetencyBasedEA,
  title={Competency-Based Education And Shared Academic Freedom For Transformational Education},
  author={Helen Curl. Harris and Rob L Rogers and J. E. Singletary},
  year={2016}
}
Curricular revision consistent with program mission and goals and that also fulfils accreditation requirements is essential for social work programs. In this article transformational education, shared academic freedom, and competency-based evaluation are described as central to effective preparation of students in social work education. The authors provide an overview of the transformational education literature and one school of social work’s curricular revision process that demonstrates… CONTINUE READING

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