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Holistic engagement : transformative social work education in the 21st century


I Theoretical and Empirical Foundations of Holistic EngagementEducating Transformative Social Workers. The Case for Holistic PedagogiesFRAMEWORKS AND ASSUMPTIONS OF SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE AND EDUCATIONCRITIQUES OF TRADITIONAL PEDAGOGIESTHE CASE FOR A NEW APPROACH TO SOCIAL WORK EDUCATIONThe Invisible Suffering of GlobalizationCommodification and Compartmentalization of Social WorkIncreased Diversity and Non-Western Cultural PracticesLifestyle-Oriented Health RisksSELF-CARE AND SELF-COMPASSIONEMPIRICAL FOUNDATIONS OF PEDAGOGIES OF HOLISTIC ENGAGEMENTEmpirical Support for Holistic EngagementHolistic Engagement in Social Work Education and PracticeTeaching Empathy, Practicing PresenceTeaching Macro Practice, Engaging in Whole Self-InquiryTeaching Social Worker Vitality and Effectiveness Through Self-CareOVERVIEW OF THIS BOOKCONCLUSIONREFERENCESA New Model for Holistic Engagement. A Foundation for Social Work PedagogiesHOLISTIC ENGAGEMENT, ATTUNEMENT, AND INTEGRATIVE CAPABILITYTRADITIONAL SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION FOCIHOLISTIC ENGAGEMENTTHE FOUR KEY SKILLS OF HOLISTIC ENGAGEMENT PRACTICESkill 1: Presence With the Whole SelfSkill 2: Whole Self-InquirySkill 3: Empathic ConnectionSkill 4: Compassionate AttentionSummary: Four Skills for Holistic EngagementSOURCES OF DATA/WAYS OF KNOWINGDYNAMIC ATTUNEMENTINTEGRATIVE CAPABILITYPEDAGOGIES OF HOLISTIC ENGAGEMENTCONCLUSIONREFERENCESII Dialogue, Participation, and Critical Pedagogy Learning in Community. A Transformative Healing Educational Model for Teaching Community OrganizingTHE CASE FOR POPULAR TRANSFORMATIVE EDUCATION IN SOCIAL WORKTHE “INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY ORGANIZING” COURSERituals and CelebrationsPowerPraxis and Critical ConsciousnessDialogueGrading and Course FeedbackChallenges in Applying Freire’s MethodCONCLUSIONS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR HOLISTIC ENGAGEMENTREFERENCES“By the End of the Term, You Will Have Gained Power in the Classroom and I Will Have Lost None” The Pedagogical Value of Discomfort and Vulnerability in the Teaching of Community PracticeTHEORY CRASHES THE CLASSROOM: ACTIVIST LESSONS, STRATEGIC SMARTS, AND THE LIMITS TO IDEOLOGICAL CERTAINTYTHE MIDWIFERY OF LIBERATION IS FOREVER, NOT NINE MONTHSCONSTRUCTING THE UPHILL STEPS TOWARD A RESPECTFUL AND CHALLENGING CLASSROOMCONCLUSIONREFERENCESConversation and Dialogue in Social Work EducationHUMAN SERVICES AND HOLISTIC SOCIAL WORK EDUCATIONCONVERSATION AND DIALOGUE IN THE HUMAN SERVICES CLASSROOM“EVERYTHING IS RELEVANT”: OPENING SPACEDIALOGUE AS COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENTGRIEF, AWARENESS, AND HOLISTIC EDUCATIONFROM THE DARK WOODS TO OUR OWN STORIESCONCLUSIONREFERENCESA Deliberate Pedagogy. Introducing the Hidden Curriculum, Social Pedagogy, and the Common ThirdCULTURE SHOCK IN CONTEXTPROFESSIONAL SOCIALIZATION AND THE HIDDEN CURRICULUMSOCIAL WORK EDUCATION AND THE HIDDEN CURRICULUMThe Physical Environment and the Hidden CurriculumStudents and the Hidden CurriculumFaculty and the Hidden CurriculumDELIBERATE PEDAGOGY: INTRODUCING SOCIAL PEDAGOGY AND THE COMMON THIRD WITHIN THE CONCENTRATION IN HUMAN SERVICES Social PedagogyThe Concentration in Human ServicesCONCLUSIONREFERENCESIII Theater, Arts, and the Human Spirit Mimesis A Theory for Holistic EngagementTHE ROLE OF IMAGINATION AND IDENTITY IN MIMESISAn Extended ExampleTHE ROLE OF HOPE IN MIMESISCONCLUSIONREFERENCESImprovisation A Practice for PraxisIMPROVISATION-MORE THAN MAKING DOAttend, Accept, AdvanceImprovisation in Professional FieldsIMPROVISATION IN THE SOCIAL WORK CLASSROOM: FROM PRACTICE TO PRAXISSetting the Stage: Safe to Be UncomfortableThe Clown BowIdentity ImprovisationsSculpted WordsStatus GamesCONCLUSIONREFERENCESTeaching to the Holistic Self. A Case Study of a Critical Social Work ClassroomSocial Work Education in the 21st CenturyThe Neuroscience of LearningOUR POSITIONALITYINTRODUCING CRITICAL PEDAGOGY AND THEATER OF THE OPPRESSEDCritical Pedagogy as Method and ContentCritical Pedagogy in Social Work EducationTheater of the Oppressed as Method and ContentTO in Social Work EducationOUR CLASSROOM EXPERIENCELessons Learned From the ClassroomDISCUSSIONCONCLUSIONREFERENCESIV Mindfulness and Integrative Social WorkThere Is a Path. You Are on It. It Does Lead Somewhere.INFLUENCESTHE COURSE BY 2012Professional Identity DevelopmentMID-CAREER POSITION SUMMARYINFLUENCES REVISITEDUPDATE 1: MINDFULNESSUPDATE 2: PSYCHODRAMAPRESENT REFLECTIONSREFERENCESIs Mindfulness Value Free? Tiptoeing Through the Mindfield of MindfulnessA SUMMARY OF KELLY’S REFLECTIONS FROM HER FIELD PLACEMENT JOURNALOUR APPROACHINTRODUCING OTHER WAYS OF KNOWING INTO THE SOCIAL WORK PROFESSIONTHE DIFFERENT WAYS IN WHICH MINDFULNESS IS UNDERSTOOD, WRITTEN ABOUT, AND PRACTICEDMindfulness as a Spiritual PracticeMindfulness as a Natural ProcessMindfulness as a Cultural Process—A Japanese Tea CeremonyISSUES PERTAINING TO CULTURAL COLONIZATION OR CONVERGENCEIMPLICATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF MINDFULNESS IN SOCIAL WORK EDUCATIONCONCLUSIONREFERENCESPromoting Integrative Mind-Body-Spirit Practice to Advance Holistic Social Work EducationTHEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS: CRITICAL PEDAGOGY AND NARRATIVE PRACTICE THEORYON BECOMING HOLISTIC SOCIAL WORK EDUCATORSSALOME’S STORYJACK’S STORYA COURSE ON IMBS SOCIAL WORK PRACTICEIMPLICATIONSCONCLUSIONREFERENCESPedagogy for an Integrative Practice Experiential Unity Theory and ModelINDIGENOUS HEALING AND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNINGEXPERIENTIAL UNITY THEORY AND MODEL: RECLAIMING THE SOUL AND PEDAGOGYPEDAGOGY FOR AN EXPERIENTIAL MODEL: CASE EXAMPLE OF THE EXPERIENTIAL UNITY MODELSELF-CARE AND ITS ROLE IN HOLISTIC ENGAGEMENTREFLECTIONS FOR SOCIAL WORK PEDAGOGY IN THE FUTUREREFERENCESReconstructing Social Work Education. The Path Forward for Holistic PedagogiesEDUCATION AS PARALLEL PROCESS AND DEMOCRACYHOLISTIC ENGAGEMENT SKILLS MEET PEDAGOGICAL METHODSIMPLICATIONS AND CALLS TO ACTIONIndividual EducatorCurriculum DesignLeadership in Social Work EducationSocial Work Educational Organizations and Accrediting BodiesScholarship of PedagogyCONCLUSIONREFERENCES
 
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