Indigenous Religious and Spiritual Based Pedagogy for SW Students

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EASSW-UNAFORIS European Conference 2017: Jewish Dyad Learnings as an Indigenous Religious and Spiritual Based Pedagogy for Social Work Students: A Workshop

Presented by Merav Moshe Grodofsky, Ph.D., Nava Ben Abu and Rebecca Ranz, Ph.D. from the School of Social Work, Sapir College, Israel.

 

The workshop has three purposes:
1. To experience learning space inspired by the Jewish Study Hall and particularly by the hevruta or dyad learning pedagogy.
2. To define and elaborate upon the relationship between indigenous knowledge and pedagogy and the social work profession.
3. To examine the relevance of indigenous knowledge to the development of social work students' personal and professional identities.

 

The workshop will combine both didactic and experiential methods. Participants will be given the opportunity to discuss the relationship between indigenous knowledge and the profession, and its role in the development of the social work professional.

Geographical area: Other
Theme(s) of intervention: Culture, Education, Health and wellbeing
Created: 09 Jun 2017
Latest update: 13 Jun 2017

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