Tag Archives: ethical dilemmas

Research & Evaluations🌱

Student’s description of site-specific activities this quarter: This quarter I conducted two surveys.On the first, with the assistance of my practicum instructor, I developed an Employee and Volunteer Survey. This survey was used to establish a list of volunteer staff … Continue reading

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To Drink or Not To Drink

Over the last year, my husband has been watching out for an older homeless man, “Bill,” that he sees around his office building each day. My husband brings him a bag lunch almost every day and has given him bags … Continue reading

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Poverty Inequality 🌱

The activity that stands out most for me happened fall quarter after a house meeting. A staff member pulled the two foster youth aside and informed them that their case managers had gotten them backpacks and school supplies. I later … Continue reading

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Sausage and Kale Lentil Soup

If you were out shopping and the person in front of you was short less than a dollar, would you give them the change? Before you answer, let me tell you a story. I was at my local produce stand … Continue reading

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Coach Cries Foul

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
I am a high school teacher and fifth-grade basketball coach. I was recently coaching a fifth-grade practice when a disgruntled parent walked into the gym with 10 minutes left to go and…

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