Social Work Practice: Cases, Activities and Exercises
In this workbook, Kim Strom-Gottfried offers extensive new resources for social work instructors and students. She draws on the best experiential learning exercises developed and used by instructors across the United States; adapts and organizes the material to maximize its use with a variety of major textbooks; and shapes exercises that are both easy to use and in-depth.
Instructors and students alike will find this one of the most useful resources for teaching and learning about social work practice through a variety of learning strategies.
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