Building on the foundation laid in Teaching a Methods Course in Social Work With Groups
by Roselle Kurland and Robert Salmon (CSWE Press, 1998), this book provides a guide to teaching social work with groups. Group work is used increasingly in the field even as its education declines, leaving many instructors required to teach the subject without enough training. This book fills the gap by providing a framework for teaching essential method content over one semester as well as integrating central content into an existing practice class. This edition adds to the earlier work of Kurland and Salmon by elaborating on existing content with additional concepts, examples, and work materials, plus adding new content on emerging models, planning, evidence, and conflict. Each chapter begins with references to the CSWE Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards competencies addressed, and chapter-based bibliographies make the recommended further reading easily accessible.
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