Please select a student type and a learning goal to view a list of the corresponding field training activities. Activities that are relevant to a [TI-HR] perspective are identified as such. This assignment can be done separately or with a partner. The goal of this task is to help students learn about assessment, assessment and/or intervention skills, while learning technological tools and resources that help them be informed about the practice of social work. In this task, you also show your ability to present yourself professionally, your self-confidence and your ability to advise you critically. The content is intended to facilitate skills for effective intercultural communication and cooperation. The very important notion of cultural humility is at the heart of the concerns. Cultural humility means recognizing differences and positioning ourselves as people interested in learning and understanding. Cultural humility is particularly relevant for a human rights-based traumatic approach to social work; it emphasizes the dignity and value of the individual and allows the client to be an expert in his experience. These assignments can be useful complements to the work in the field in labour law as well as in the event of interruption or interruption of work in the field in relation to a public health problem or other event. They should be included in student learning contracts and be associated with relevant skills.
3. Do a brief survey on this task. This survey is worth an hour of time. You download the last page of the survey (confirmation of the deposit) to get the extra credit. Your survey responses have no influence on your score, but are used to improve attribution in the future, and the information will also be anonymized and used for research if you give their consent. The survey will ask you about your learning and your strengths/weaknesses of this task. Write a discussion paper (at least 3-5 pages) about the training you participated in, respond to the instructions below and address links to skills 1-9 if possible. Consider sharing your podcast with the Field team on email@example.com and/or social media. For example, your podcast with accompanying text can be published via WordPress or any other blogging site, and a link to your message can be shared on Twitter or another platform with the hashtag #UBSSW.
Self-sufficiency is an important part of the practice of social work (and life in general), especially in times of stress. While many of you have already seen some of these resources and have certainly thought about your personal self-sufficiency, it is important to regularly review our self-sufficiency plans and activities. We are living in a time of unprecedented uncertainty and we want to encourage and ensure that students take care of themselves in a positive and healthy way. For this task, we want students to spend about five hours studying self-supply and developing a personal plan for themselves. 1. Create a 15-20 minute podcast, including the intro.