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Learning Agreement School Social Work

April 10th, 2021

For your podcast – your podcast should focus on a topic relevant to your desktop, the podcast can then be shared with your website to use as a resource. For example, if you are a school student, any topic about education and/or children and adolescents would be relevant. You can also highlight how your agency is adapting to the changes and pressures associated with the Corona virus pandemic. 3. Do a brief survey on this task. This survey is worth an hour of time. You download the last page of the survey (confirmation of the deposit) to get the extra credit. Your survey responses have no influence on your score, but are used to improve attribution in the future, and the information will also be anonymized and used for research if you give their consent. The survey will ask you about your learning and your strengths/weaknesses of this task.

This assignment can be done separately or with a partner. The goal of this task is to help students learn about assessment, assessment and/or intervention skills, while learning technological tools and resources that help them be informed about the practice of social work. In this task, you also show your ability to present yourself professionally, your self-confidence and your ability to advise you critically. These assignments can be useful complements to the work in the field in labour law as well as in the event of interruption or interruption of work in the field in relation to a public health problem or other event. They should be included in student learning contracts and be associated with relevant skills. 2. Have your podcast evaluated with the attached section. After checking, you can rewrite or edit part of the podcast to correct the changes.

Complete the reflection part of your task. Your thoughts should answer these questions: (a) what did it take to create your podcast; (b) what did you learn from creating the podcasts, about technology and your subject; c) how podcasting is similar and differs from developing a document on the subject; (d) how to use podcasts in the future; (e) if you have worked with a partner, you describe how you divided the work and who did what. The content is intended to facilitate skills for effective intercultural communication and cooperation.

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