Experimental Offerings in Social Work. When a sufficient number of qualified students express an interest, selected faculty will offer the opportunity for guided study and mutual inquiry into topics which reflect the leading edge of social work knowledge and knowledge from related disciplines. Goals of the Course As nations and peoples around the world increasingly are affected by economic transactions of banks and corporations in what has now become a global market system, the field of social work education is challenged to train practitioners who are able to identify global social problems and to develop relevant solutions, drawing on practice experiences of professional social workers from nations in different regions. This course presents advanced studies in international social work, based on a variety of examples of social welfare policies and institutions in different nations, as well as comparison of social work practice in different countries.
All writing for this course must be original to this class this semester. Each student will produce a minimum of graded words for the course and must submit all major papers to Turnitin. Essays 1, 2, 3.
Any essay that does not meet the basic requirements outlined on the prompt will not receive a passing grade, regardless of the writing skill involved.
MLA format must be used for every writing assignment in this course. You must meet word count for each assignment. Penalty for short essays is one point per ten words missing.
Essays are to be submitted on time in two ways: I will not read an essay until it has been electronically submitted on eCampus Annotated photocopies of secondary sources must accompany your formal papers. Sources must be credible, and appropriate—college level or above.
When in doubt, ask a reference librarian in the Blinn College library. Computer or printer problems are not acceptable excuses for late papers. To practice and to demonstrate the knowledge you are expected to develop during the semester, you will complete various exercises.
Exercises and quizzes will test knowledge of the course material assigned reading and lecture notes. College level quizzes and exams do not merely test your ability to memorize material from reading assignments, or your ability to take notes during class discussion and lectures.
In college, you must apply your new knowledge and make connections between class discussion, lecture, reading assignments, and your overall collegiate experience. For example, in this course you must be able not only to define ethos, but also to apply strategies for developing ethos in writing.
You may expect opportunities to work in small groups during class discussions as well as in research activities outside of class. These activities lead to effective and useful class discussion.
To be a successful class participant, and earn high marks, you must remain actively engaged in our discussions, be courteous and sincere when engaging classmates, and provide frequent and on-topic responses to the course material.
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Therefore, all members should commit themselves to behave in a manner that respects and demonstrates concern for the dignity, rights, and freedoms of others, including respect for the physical and intellectual property of all members of the college community.
This statement reflects step one of three possible steps in the incivility process. Attendance Policy Class attendance is essential for student success; therefore, students are required to attend all classes promptly and regularly.
There are four forms of excused absences recognized by the institution: Observance of religious holy days - Students should notify their instructor s no later than the 15th day of the semester concerning the specific date s for absences for any religious holy day s ; Representing the College District at an official institutional function; Dual credit students representing the high school or independent school district at an official institutional function; and Military service.
A critical examination of these issues will include exploring the demographics of aging, and the programs and services developed for this population. Attention will . Write a 1, to 1,word paper describing critical issues in pfmlures.come the following: · Examples of technology used in policing and how technology enhances or detracts from police organizations’ ability to . ArgO-EMR promotes doctoral and senior research projects on the anthropology of Eastern medicines and religions (EMR), supported by permanent staff in the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology (ISCA), as well as the Faculty of Oriental Studies (FOS).
Other circumstances may be considered an excused absence at the discretion of the faculty member with appropriate documentation. Failure to attend developmental classes will also result in removal from the course as defined by the College District.
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If there is compelling evidence that a student is involved in cheating or plagiarism, the instructor will address the infraction.
Students with Disabilities Non-Discrimination Statement Blinn College does not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities in the recruitment and admission of students, the recruitment and employment of faculty and staff, or the operation of any of its programs and activities, as specified by applicable federal laws and regulations.1.
Develop, refine, and demonstrate critical thinking skills by analyzing core sociological concepts such as culture, institutions, class, and social structure. 2. Develop, refine, and demonstrate critical thinking and communication skills by (a) researching, evaluating, and presenting a key theme in Southwest Borderland Studies (such as.
km2 1 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY CHANNEL ISLANDS COURSE MODIFICATION PROPOSAL. Courses must be submitted by October 15, , and finalized by the end of the fall semester.
to make the next catalog () production. Apply their critical and analytical thinking skills to problems and dilemmas in global corporate responsibility.
2 Develop applied research skills to a practical problem in global corporate responsibility, specifically, problem framing, literature research, data collection, analysis and interpretation, formulation of managerial recommendations. The following is a general overview of the contents of each section.
It is subject to adaptation to suit the amount of material in each module. As well as acquiring a great deal of practical knowledge, we want students to develop their critical and reflective capacities, and to acquire an understanding of the inter-dependence between the developments in digital scholarship, technology and curatorial practice.
and critical thinking skills to their personal and professional decision-making processes -- skills essential for success in a learning-centered university and as engaged citizens in a global community.