Tag Archives: ethics

Fostering successful clinical supervision

 Practicum instructor evaluation of student’s competency and areas for growth_________ has read and carefully thought about all of the research articles I have shared with her and she has shared with me. She asks very thoughtful questions once she has … Continue reading

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Ethical Self-Reflection

Practicum instructor evaluation of student’s overall self-assessment of learning this quarter________ and I have continued to review scenarios of how professional ethics can be applied and “translated” to the real practice of social work. I am always impressed with ________ … Continue reading

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Boundary Crossing

Students description of competency and areas for growth I need to learn and understand boundaries regarding _________. After several years of working with underprivileged youth as a tutor, this was the first time I was informed that I was not … Continue reading

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The Contractor

Comical Explanation

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How Old are You?

Should you remove all age identifiers from your resume? This became the talk in my circle after I sent out this article. I personally never put the year I graduated on my resume. I figure if it is that important, … Continue reading

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