June 2019 Educator | Resource of the Month
The Center for Diversity and Social & Economic Justice Educator|Resource is a monthly feature that highlights curricular resources and social work educators who address diversity and justice.
Winter & Spring 2018–2019 Recap
We are pleased to provide a compilation of the Winter and Spring 2018–2019 issues of the Educator|Resource. Learn about creative teaching resources on diversity and social, economic, and environmental justice created by scholars in the field. In addition to ways to motivate empathy and critical thinking in students, the resources offer cutting-edge diversity practice models on topics such as disability, behavioral health, and immigration.
The Educator|Resource is produced by the Center for Diversity and Social & Economic Justice and provides resources to social work educators. Educator|Resource materials are used for curriculum development to prepare social workers with the knowledge and skills to engage in effective practice with diverse populations and to help transform social systems in pursuit of more humane and equitable conditions. Educator|Resources are published monthly, plus recaps twice a year in June and December.
Developing a Culturally Tailored Intervention (May)
Social Work With Immigrants, Refugees, and Migrants (April)
Rethinking Practice With Multicultural Communities (March)
Frontline Workers Who Are Changing Communities (February)
Prevention Training Modules for Behavioral Health Practice (January)
Curricular Resource on Issues of Disability-Competent Care (December)
Social Justice 101: Teaching Empathy and Critical Thinking (November)
The views expressed in the Educator|Resource are those of the educator(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Council on Social Work Education.
Interested in contributing to the Educator | Resource of the Month? Please contact Dr. Yolanda Padilla, CSWE Diversity Center Director, at [email protected].