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Showing events starting from June 1, 2024 up to June 30, 2024

  1. Certificate in Mixed Methods Research

    June 3, 2024 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

    Part 1: This program area will welcome participants to the MMR CE program and introduce mixed methods research. We will begin by covering theoretical frameworks and the advantages of using theory for mixed methods research and practice in social work. This program area will also cover the basics of how to design a mixed methods research study. We will begin by discussing how to develop research questions, then we will cover mixed methods language and notation, and then we will discuss choosing a mixed methods design. Participants will be guided through how to develop a research question based on their phenomenon of interest. This is important because researchers make decisions about whether they will use qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methods after finalizing their research question. Communicating research designs throughout various stages of the planning, implementation, evaluation, and reporting of the project will also be covered. Then, this program area will cover transformative mixed methods...

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  2. Positive, Problematic, and Productive Social Media Use

    June 7, 2024 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

    Technology and social media shape the identities and worldviews of today’s teens. Adolescent sexuality and relationships are interwoven with cell phones and social media. Many caregivers and professionals are left wondering: what does it all mean? This workshop will start from the ground up, beginning with definitions and a roadmap of technology commonly used by young people. From there, we will examine how technology influences teen sexuality and relationships – for better or for worse. We will discuss teen relationship abuse and technology, as well as the way teen relationships and identity can be strengthened by technology. Finally, the class will focus on how to work with and relate to teens through the lens of technology.

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  3. SSW Meeting - Graduation Committee

    June 10, 2024 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm

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  4. Educational Agreement: Assignments Selected & Saved (5p, EST)

    June 11, 2024 - 5:00pm

    This will apply to all students currently enrolled in field. Students should select and save an Assignment for each competency.  Students should not be submitting the Educational Agreement to their field instructor at this time, that will happen at the end of the term.

  5. Are You an Anti-Racist Practitioner?

    June 14, 2024 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

    This webinar will challenge practitioners to reflect on their current practices and identify opportunities to incorporate anti-racist practices. Participants will learn important definitions and strategies to identify one's own biases and how bias impacts those whom we serve. Social work standards concerning diversity will be examined, along with one's professional obligations and responsibilities.

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  6. Animal Assisted Therapy Introduction Experiential

    June 14, 2024 - 2:00pm to 5:00pm

    This workshop will start with an orientation webinar on Friday June 14 from 2-5pm provided over Zoom. The remainder of the course, which is primarily experiential, will meet at the instructor's farm in Dexter, Michigan on Saturday, June 15. Participants must attend both days to receive CE credit...

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  7. Certificate in Sport Social Work | Combined Lifespan Track

    June 26, 2024 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm

    Understanding and supporting athletes and their overall health and welfare has been a prominent specialty service area that social workers have formally and informally navigated for decades. And today, the need for sports social workers with advanced training has never been more requested across sport settings (youth, collegiate, professional, and geriatric). Research currently suggests that: (1) athletes engage in sport across the lifespan to foster a greater sense of belonging and social connection; (2) athlete mental health needs are increasing and licensed, mental health providers are needed to meet this growing demand; and (3) athletes are using their platform to address social injustices and bring awareness to longstanding disparities across our country. As established agents of change, social workers uphold the profession's mission and core values, while having an expansive scope of practice to improve outcomes for individuals, communities, and the larger society...

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  8. Certificate in Sport Social Work | Youth Recreation & Club Sport Track

    June 26, 2024 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm

    Understanding and supporting athletes and their overall health and welfare has been a prominent specialty service area that social workers have formally and informally navigated for decades. And today, the need for sports social workers with advanced training has never been more requested across sport settings (youth, collegiate, professional, and geriatric). Research currently suggests that: (1) athletes engage in sport across the lifespan to foster a greater sense of belonging and social connection; (2) athlete mental health needs are increasing and licensed, mental health providers are needed to meet this growing demand; and (3) athletes are using their platform to address social injustices and bring awareness to longstanding disparities across our country. As established agents of change, social workers uphold the profession's mission and core values, while having an expansive scope of practice to improve outcomes for individuals, communities, and the larger society...

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  9. Certificate in Sport Social Work | Elite Collegiate & Professional Sport Track

    June 26, 2024 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm

    Understanding and supporting athletes and their overall health and welfare has been a prominent specialty service area that social workers have formally and informally navigated for decades. And today, the need for sports social workers with advanced training has never been more requested across sport settings (youth, collegiate, professional, and geriatric). Research currently suggests that: (1) athletes engage in sport across the lifespan to foster a greater sense of belonging and social connection; (2) athlete mental health needs are increasing and licensed, mental health providers are needed to meet this growing demand; and (3) athletes are using their platform to address social injustices and bring awareness to longstanding disparities across our country. As established agents of change, social workers uphold the profession's mission and core values, while having an expansive scope of practice to improve outcomes for individuals, communities, and the larger society...

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  10. Online Educational Agreement Due for August 2024 Graduates & Students with a School Based Placement (20-Month, first term)

    June 30, 2024 - 5:00pm

    If you are an August graduate, your final field evaluation is due June 30th. You have registered for six credits of field in the Fall and six credits of field in the Winter.  You do not register for field in Spring/Summer term.

    If you are a 20-month student, your evaluation is due June 30th.  You will return to the same field site in the Fall. 

    If you are a 20-month student, you need to complete 912 hours of fieldwork.  If you are an advanced standing student, your number of fieldwork hours is 684.  Once you complete your required number of hours, you may register for up to six credits of elective field.  Many students placed in schools earn extra hours due to the extended year.  Each additional 57 hours in the field is equal to 1 credit of 691

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