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Teaching Social Work


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1. Issues in Teaching Social Work
Rick Csiernik and Susan Hillock

Part One: Pedagogical Perspectives

2. Undoing Traditional Education
Rick Csiernik

3. Femagogy: Centring Feminist Knowledge and Methods in Social Work Teaching
Susan Hillock

4. Tackling Whiteness in the Classroom and Challenging/Shattering the Skills-Based Curriculum through Anti-oppression Teaching in Social Work
June Ying Yee and Anne E. Wagner

5. Classrooms as Circles: The Pedagogy of Sharing Indigenous Worldviews
Cyndy Baskin and Cassandra Cornacchia

6. The Crying White Woman and the Politics of Emotion in Anti-oppressive Social Work Education
Daphne Jeyapal and Liz Grigg

7. The Practice of Critically Reflective Analysis
Carolyn Campbell and Gail Baikie

8. Teaching and Learning Critical Reflection of Practice: Why Was It So Engaging?
Laura Béres
Part Two: Practice

9. Preparing for Social Work Practice: Effective Educational Approaches to Bridge Class and Field
Marion Bogo

10. Preparing Social Workers for Practice with Diverse Populations
Claude Olivier and Akin Taiwo

11. Teaching Mindfulness
Diana Coholic

12. Teaching Change: Navigating the Tensions in Social Change Pedagogy
Kathy Hogarth

13. Horses and Baseball: Social Work’s Cultivation of the Third Eye
Janet Yorke, Scott Grant, and Rick Csiernik

14. Bridging the Micro-Macro Divide: Making Policy Relevant to Social Work Students
Bharati Sethi and Tracy Smith Carrier

15. Navigating Real-World Research Steps: Behind the Scenes
Rachel Birnbaum

16. Charting a New Course for Community-University Partnership for Teaching Child Welfare Social Work
Nancy Freymond, Gissele Damiani-Taraba, Sherri-Lynn Manto, Sarah Robertson, Leigh Savage, Marilee Sherry, and Andrew Koster
Part Three: Issues in Teaching

17. Understanding and Responding to the Complexities of Student Anxiety
Stephanie L. Baird

18. Teaching from the Margins: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished
Susan Hillock

19. Incivility or Bullying? Challenges in the Social Work Classroom
Jan Yorke and Tanya Shute

About the Author

Rick Csiernik is a professor in the School of Social Work at King's University College.
Susan Hillock is a professor of social work at Trent University.


This book makes a contribution to the field of social work education in three major areas: pedagogical perspectives, teaching practice, and some of the common issues in teaching. Supported by scholarship based on current literature, the authors critically engage readers in reviewing the current knowledge and building on it with their own contributions.

- Gabriela Novotna, Faculty of Social Work, University of Regina

This is a welcome and timely addition to the current literature on social work education and teaching in Canada.

- Siu Ming Kwok, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary

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