Collaborative Conversations: Working within Communities
Focuses on developing social work practice skills with individuals and communities in ways that are both difference-centred and collaborative in nature. Students will critically analyze and develop their own individual practice skills in various community contexts, within a social justice framework. Examples of these include social service agencies and their clientele, the classroom, and grass roots organizations. Students will examine ways to further anti-oppressive skills that are effective, participatory and collaborative.
Notes: - Credit will be granted for only one of 312, 323.
- On-campus component required.
Formerly: part of 323
Pre- or corequisites: 311.
Undergraduate course in Social Work offered by the School of Social Work in the Faculty of Human and Social Development.