REFLECTIVE PRACTICE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL WORK CLASSROOMS

@inproceedings{Mishna2008REFLECTIVEPI,
  title={REFLECTIVE PRACTICE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL WORK CLASSROOMS},
  author={Faye Mishna and Marion Bogo},
  year={2008}
}
Social work literature provides analysis and strategies about teaching social work practice and its interrelationship with a diverse society. In this paper, we present a framework to aid instructors' understanding of and response to coriflict in the classroom, which is unavoidable. We propose the reflective practitioner paradigm along with the contributions of mindfulness, as useful for social work instructors in examiriing their practice as educators. We conclude with practice principles that… CONTINUE READING

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