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Thursday, October 13 • 3:20pm - 3:40pm
3e) A Pandemic-Inspired International Social Work Education Lecture Series

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Social Work students are expected to understand the importance of diversity, manage biases, be able to engage diverse clients, and understand injustice (CSWE, 2021; Hitchcock et al., 2018). An international social work lecture series began in October 2021. The series has been guided by the Community of Inquiry Theory and the Knowles Theoretical Model of Adult learning (Garrison, 2017; Knowles, 1980). Objectives are to develop a global understanding of social work issues, encourage students to think like global citizens, and explore the profession globally. Qualtrics surveys have been completed after every event. Future planning includes more opportunities for student involvement.
Outcomes:
1. Understand the benefits of facilitating an international social
 work lecture series and how it contributes to the growth of social work students.
2. Explain barriers that inhibit full participation in an online
 international social work lecture series.
 3. Apply the Knowles Theoretical Model of Adult Learning and the
Community of Inquiry Model to an online international social work classroom.

Speakers
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Sarah Collins

Concordia University Wisconsin


Thursday October 13, 2022 3:20pm - 3:40pm EDT
Minerva's Boardroom (by elevator in main lobby)
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