School Social Work

174 SChool SoCiAl Work Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional
Learning (CASEL): This organization is the ... SCHOOL-BASED
INTERVENTIONS Jackson, T.: Activities that teach (a must in any school social
worker's toolkit).

Author: Leticia Villarreal Sosa

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190273859

Category: Social Science

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School Social Work: National Perspectives on Practice in Schools aims to provide a contemporary understanding of school social work practice given the changing educational context. While unique in that the content aligns with the newly developed national practice model developed by SSWAA, the text includes several other useful features. For one, practice and policy are approached from an intersectionality perspective, which provides a framework for thinking about various systems of oppression and allows the practitioner to account for the unique experience of students based on migration experience, sexuality, race, ethnicity, and gender. Theory and practice (alongside case studies) also illustrate school social work across the United States in a variety of settings. And finally, the authors -- including school social work practitioners and school social work researchers/academics -- are representative of various regions in the country, thereby providing a national overview of the profession. School Social Work is an undeniably invaluable resource for school social workers, school social work students, and school-based clinicians.
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Creating Trauma Informed Schools

A Guide for School Social Workers and Educators Eileen A. Dombo, Christine
Anlauf Sabatino ... from https://www.naswpress. org/publications/clinical/school-
social-work-toolkit.html The NASW Press has created a toolkit for school social 6
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Author: Eileen A. Dombo

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190873813

Category: Social Science

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Children in all educational levels are vulnerable to abuse, neglect, bullying, violence in their homes and neighborhoods, and other traumatic life events; research shows that upwards of 70% of children in schools report experiencing at least one traumatic event before age 16. Though school social workers are on the front lines of service delivery through their work with children who face social and emotional struggles in the pursuit of education, there are scant resources to assist them in the creation of trauma-informed schools. This book presents an overview of the impact of trauma on children and adolescents, as well as interventions for direct practice and collaboration with teachers, families, and communities. Social work practitioners and students will learn distinct examples of how to implement the ten principles of trauma-informed services in their schools; provide students with trauma-informed care that is grounded in the principles of safety, connection, and emotional regulation; and develop beneficial skills for self-care in their work.
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Critical Service Learning Toolkit

such as these have considerably changed the framework in which today's school
social workers and other school-based practitioners provide services to youth.
From an intervention perspective, change in the prevalence of mental health ...

Author: Annette Johnson

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190858735

Category: Social Science

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Critical Service Learning Toolkit offers a strengths-based, interdisciplinary approach to promoting social competence while enhancing emotional and academic skill development. Designed as a user-friendly guide to carrying out successful CSL projects, this Toolkit provides practitioners with step-by-step assistance in planning, implementing, and evaluating Critical Service Learning (CSL) projects in elementary and high schools. CSL trains youth to become active and conscientious citizens through engagement and leadership experiences that meet real needs in the community. This approach is unique in that it places the youth/student at the center of the process. Prioritizing social and emotional learning (SEL) and school engagement, CSL changes the role of the school-based, counseling professional into that of a facilitator who encourages skill-building, reflection, and civic engagement. Cultivating self-awareness, social-consciousness, and critical-thinking skills, brainstorming and community web mapping activities serve as the cornerstone of CSL and allow youth to become comfortable articulating concerns about their communities. By extending learning beyond the classroom and into the community, CSL enhances what is taught throughout the school curriculum, at all levels, and fosters a sense of civic responsibility and social agency.
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Critical Service Learning Toolkit

"The Critical Service Learning (CSL) Toolkit offers instructional strategies for the school social workers and other school practitioner to: facilitate youths' examination of issues concerning social justice, power and privilege; provide ...

Author: Annette Johnson

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190858728

Category: Education

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Critical Service Learning Toolkit offers a strengths-based, interdisciplinary approach to promoting social competence while enhancing emotional and academic skill development. Designed as a user-friendly guide to carrying out successful CSL projects, this Toolkit provides practitioners with step-by-step assistance in planning, implementing, and evaluating Critical Service Learning (CSL) projects in elementary and high schools. CSL trains youth to become active and conscientious citizens through engagement and leadership experiences that meet real needs in the community. This approach is unique in that it places the youth/student at the center of the process. Prioritizing social and emotional learning (SEL) and school engagement, CSL changes the role of the school-based, counseling professional into that of a facilitator who encourages skill-building, reflection, and civic engagement. Cultivating self-awareness, social-consciousness, and critical-thinking skills, brainstorming and community web mapping activities serve as the cornerstone of CSL and allow youth to become comfortable articulating concerns about their communities. By extending learning beyond the classroom and into the community, CSL enhances what is taught throughout the school curriculum, at all levels, and fosters a sense of civic responsibility and social agency.
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Campus Compact s Introduction to Service learning Toolkit

... citizens to the issues of homelessness . and a student's intellectual and social
development : Project ASSIGN ( After - School Session in Guided Many of us
have been taught the concept of being Nurture ) in which NCCU students work
with ...

Author: Campus Compact

Publisher:

ISBN: 0972939415

Category: Education

Page: 303

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This new revised edition of our bestselling book brings together the best, most up-to-date writing and resources on service-learning, from learning theory and pedagogy to practical guidance on how to implement service-learning in the classroom. This edition reflects the tremendous growth in service-learning that has occurred since the first Toolkit was published in 2000. In addition to updated material throughout, this volume includes expanded chapters on community partnerships, student development, and redesigning curriculum, as well as two new chapters--one exploring the connection between service-learning and civic engagement and the other focusing on community-based research. Revised and expanded recommended reading lists, broken down by topic, bring readers a wealth of print and online resources for further study. Introduction to Service-Learning Toolkit is an essential resource for faculty and administrators who wish to be part of the growing movement toward civic engagement in higher education.
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Journal of Social Work Education

... EvidenceBased Social Services , Exeter , England ( www . ex.ac.uk/cebss ) ,
and Evidence - Based Medicine Toolkit ... made to determine the extent to which
accreditation requirements affect the quality of services students offer to clients .

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ISBN: NWU:35556035615079

Category: Social work education

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Essential Business Skills for Social Work Managers

This book teaches MSW students and early-stage social work management practitioners the essential business skills needed to manage programs and organizations; to improve their overall management toolkit for finding a better job or getting ...

Author: Andrew J. Germak

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317689256

Category: Social Science

Page: 224

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Many social workers find themselves in management positions within a few years of graduating from MSW programs. Most of these jobs are in nonprofit human service organizations in which, increasingly, business acumen is necessary to maintain grants and donations, start new programs, market services to clients, supervise the finance function, and understand the external environment. This book teaches MSW students and early-stage social work management practitioners the essential business skills needed to manage programs and organizations; to improve their overall management toolkit for finding a better job or getting promoted; and, ultimately, to gain parity with other managers holding MBA degrees and working in the human service space. This text can serve as a desk reference for managers to troubleshoot various situations. It is also appropriate for social work macro practice courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as courses that cover human resource management and financial management.
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Grantseeker s Toolkit

about the problem on which we have chosen to work ? ... Surveys Questionnaire '
s of Teens Health Statistics Abortion Statistics Hospitals Schools / Social Services
Schools / Social Services Schools / Social Services Health Department Health ...

Author: Cheryl Carter New

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: UOM:39015047108280

Category: Business & Economics

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ADVANCE PRAISE FOR Grantseeker's Toolkit. "For most worthy nonprofits to fulfill their missions, passion anddedication are simply not enough. Securing financial resourcesrequires that 'the case' for support be made in a clear andpersuasive fashion. Beyond their skill in winning grants, New andQuick also know how to effectively coach others, in aconversational, step-by-step manner, to do the same!"--Dr. JaniceB. Yost President Mary Black Foundation, Inc. "Grantseeker's Toolkit is an outstanding and comprehensivereference document for the grantseeker and writer. Cheryl and Jameshave created a valuable resource for both the novice and theexperienced grantseeker/writer."--Marlene L. Ritter Unit Head,Leadership Development Office of Quality Educators LouisianaDepartment of Education. "Grantseeker's Toolkit is a breath of fresh air. This book shouldprovide a recipe for community-based organizations and smalluniversities that have spent thousands of dollars hiring writers todevelop proposals. Several copies of this book should be on file inthe business or grants office of every community-based organizationand community college or university. Cheryl and Jim should becommended for developing this tool."--Arlene A. Granderson, M.P.H.Director of Operations, Office of Rural Health Policy Department ofHealth and Human Services, Rockville, MD. "Grantseeker's Toolkit is a very valuable resource on the complexprocess of grant development. It will be useful for allgrantseeking groups or individuals. Mr. Quick and Ms. New's adviceand direction is useful across the full range of grant proposaldevelopment, from the simplest grants to the mostcomplex."--Geraldine Ritter Director, Grants Administration WakeCounty Public School System, North Carolina. ON THE DISK The enclosed disk contains forms and exercises thathelp you develop the skills you need to design grant proposalscustomized to fit both your organization's needs and your potentialfunder's requirements.
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Preventing Suicide

B : Chart of School Staff Responsibilities As you work on the steps in the chapters
of this toolkit , use the chart on the next ... school counselor School social worker
Student assistance program staff / pupil services coordinator Special education ...

Author: National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105050685200

Category: Government publications

Page: 229

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"'Preventing suicide: A toolkit for high schools' was funded ... to help high schools, school districts, and their partners design and implement strategies to prevent suicide and promote behavioral health among their students. This information and tools in this toolkit will help schools and their partners: Assess their ability to prevent suicide among students and respond to suicides that may occur -- Understand strategies that can help students who are at risk for suicide -- Understand how to respond to the suicide of a student or other member of the school community -- Identify suicide prevention programs and activities that are effective for individual schools and respond to the needs and cultures of each school's students -- Integrate suicide prevention into activities that fulfill other aspects of the school's mission, such as preventing the abuse of alcohol and other drugs."--description from Introduction.
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The Coaching at Work Toolkit

by personality and social psychologists . She is the world's leading educator in
psychology - based , professional coaching , with a global delivery program from
Australia to the United Kingdom , from Canada to Asia and the United States .

Author: Perry Zeus

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Book Company Australia

ISBN: PSU:000048940078

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

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The Coaching at Work Toolkit details actual coaching skills, processes, and practices, and provides instructions on how to use them most effectively. Coaching techniques are outlined and discussed, and then clarified with case studies and exercises. Professional yet easy to understand, this complementary handbook to the authors' Complete Guide to Coaching at Work goes beyond goal setting, actioning, and interventions to include recent models and techniques from psychology, facilitation, and education that have been successfully adapted to coaching. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
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Social Work Education Reporter

Sites will also be asked to share resources with other pilots in an effort to develop
a toolkit of educational materials . ... school of social work administration For an
application : CSWI 5028 Wisconsin Avenue , N.W. Suite 410 Washington , D.C. ...

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ISBN: NWU:35556035743566

Category: Social service

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Children s Needs III

Foster care odyssey : A black girl's story . Jackson , MS : University Press of
Mississippi . Hunter College School of Social Work . ( 2004 ) . Traditional toolkit .
Retrieved July 22 , 2004 , from http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/socwork/nrcfcpp/
fostercare ...

Author: George G. Bear

Publisher: Ingram

ISBN: UOM:39015064880506

Category: Child development

Page: 1106

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Handbook for school psychologists on research-based resources for working with children in the schools.
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Achieving Permanency for Adolescents in Foster Care

Social Work 49 ( 1 ) , January 2004 , 7 - 16 . Jackson , Rosemary ... Iowa City :
University of Iowa School of Social Work , 1999 . ... The Family Bound Program :
A Toolkit for Preparing Teens for Permanent Family Connections , 2002 .
Available ...

Author: Andrea Khoury

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105063699511

Category: Adoption

Page: 246

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The Engaged Department Toolkit

This work changes the role of the institution , creates new challenges for faculty
roles , offers opportunities for new ... government , law enforcement , business ,
housing , schools , health and social services , and economic development ...

Author: Richard M. Battistoni

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000056857931

Category: Community and college

Page: 90

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This handbook is designed to help departments develop strategies for including community-based work in their teaching and scholarship, making community-based experiences a standard expectation for majors, and encouraging civic engagement and progressive change at the departmental level. It acts as both a resource and a curriculum, assisting others in replicating the Engaged Department Institutes offered nationwide by Campus Compact. The toolkit comes with a CD-ROM with key information from the text as well as PowerPoint slides and sample documents that can be adapted to meet the needs of individual departments.
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Toolkit for Nutrition and Fitness Through Service learning

Students can also form new knowledge by modifying and refining current
concepts and adding new ones . In service - learning , the learning is mediated
by the social environment where learners interact so students learn to work with
others ...

Author: Julie Allington

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ISBN: WISC:89082531500

Category: Children

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Books in Print

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105021781450

Category: American literature

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Families in Society

Retrieved October 5 , 2005 , from http://www2.omni.org/ docs / FocusGroupToolkit
.pdf Orme , J. G. , & Gillespie , D. F. ( 1986 ) . Reliability and ... A typology of child
protective service cases : Design and implementation issues for social work
administrators . ... Susan J. Wells , PhD , is Gamble - Skogmo Land Grant Chair in
Child Welfare and Youth Policy , University of Minnesota School of Social Work .

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ISBN: NWU:35556038942645

Category: Family services

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The Social Worker s Internet Handbook

Author: Gary B. Grant

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ISBN: UOM:39015047114288

Category: Computers

Page: 236

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A guide for social workers who want to use the Internet to enhance their practice. The authors review about 350 Web sites and cover topics such as connecting to the Internet, choosing a service provider, using mailing lists and newsgroups, surfing the WWW, networking with colleagues, advocating onli
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