Tag Archive: social work education

Decolonize your syllabi: A challenge to social work educators

As we round out the 4th of July weekend, I’ve been “decolonizing” my understanding of that holiday through listening to abolitionist Frederick Douglass’ descendants deliver his speech about the fourth of July, which asks all Americans to consider… Continue reading

By any means necessary: Teaching about social injustice in statistics courses

Teaching statistics to social work students can be challenging on the engagement front.  It is critical to help students make important connections between the use of statistics and the practice of social work –… Continue reading