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presentation by: Bala Raju Nikku

SOCIAL CASE WORK
Social case work is process used by certain human welfare agencies to help individuals to cope more effectively with their social functioning.

This definition basically talks about 4 P's in social case work which is
person
,
place
, problem and
process
.

Social case work in different settings
Social work with individuals is one of the main parts of a generalist approach to social work practice.

WHAT IS
SOCIAL
WORK ?

Family and child welfare settings

correctional settings, industrial settings

community development settings

marriage guidance and counseling

Alcoholism and Drug addiction treatment service.

Empathy and sympathy
empathy and sympathy
Empathy- The capacity to perceive the internal frame of reference of another with accuracy as if one were the other person Also involved is the capacity to convey to the other person that you( case worker) are sensing what that person is feeling

Identification with and understanding of another's situation, feelings, and motives

empathy is the capacity of the therapist to ‘put him/herself in the shoes’ of the client so the therapist is able to understand what the client is thinking and feeling.
Empathy is also involves communicating this understanding to the client

Sympathy - A feeling or an expression of pity or sorrow for the distress of another; compassion or pity

basic book in social casework
core focus
Mrs. Perlman identifies and analyzes these constants and views them within the logical framework of problem-solving.
Week 1: 09 September 2013

BALA RAJU NIKKU, PHD
brnikku@usm.my
In collaboration with Atikah and Jafar , PhD Scholars, USM




Advanced Social Work
Theories with Individuals and Families

brnikku@usm.my

Flexibility and collaboration are key ingredients to any flipped classroom


Carl Rogers ( 1902-1987)- founder

Humanistic approaches to therapy
(Humanism is a philosophy that emphasizes the dignity and worth of people and their capacity for self realization through reason)

Client Centered Therapy ( CCT)

Central hypothesis : the growth potential of any individual will tend to be released in a relationship in which the helping person is experiencing and communicating realness, caring, and deeply sensitive non judgmental understanding


Client centered therapy

The behavioral approach is based on the concept of explaining behavior through observation, and the belief that our environment is what causes us to behave differently or suffer illnesses.

Behaviorists assume that we can understand people by observing their behavior. This contrasts with the cognitive approach which looks at thought processes and other unobservable activities.


behavioral – cognitive approaches

Establishing Rapport and Relationship

Assessing -Problem

Identifying and Setting Goals

Choosing and Initiating Interventions

Planning and

Introducing Termination and Follow up.

STAGES OF COUNSELING

Part 2 : FLIPPING the CLASS ROOM

Let us have a break now

http://siresearch.eu/add-your-own-research-project

http://www.socialinnovationexchange.org/ideas-and-inspiration/method-and-tools

http://www.socialinnovationexchange.org/sites/default/files/ALNAPInnovations%20%282%29.pdf

http://socialinnovationaward.asia/





Add your own research profile / project / ideas


How to go about it?

observe and formulate your own questions
by allowing multiple interpretations and expressions of learning


Let us work in groups
so that we can build on each others learning / the use of peers as resources to learning

a free and useful web tool designed to give students the ability to share their thoughts, reflect on the work of others, and edit a body of work together.


Wikispaces 

How to Flip the classroom so that constructive learning takes place?

Part 4 : conclusion and Way forward


Empathy- The capacity to perceive the internal frame of reference of another with accuracy as if one were the other person
Also involved is the capacity to convey to the other person that you( case worker) are sensing what that person is feeling

Identification with and understanding of another's situation, feelings, and motives

empathy is the capacity of the therapist to ‘put him/herself in the shoes’ of the client so the therapist is able to understand what the client is thinking and feeling. Empathy is also involves communicating this understanding to the client

Sympathy - A feeling or an expression of pity or sorrow for the distress of another; compassion or pity

Empathy and sympathy

It aims to increase the individual's sense of their own well-being. Psychotherapists employ a range of techniques based on experiential relationship building, dialogue, communication and behavior change and that are designed to improve the mental health of a client or patient, or to improve group relationships (such as in a family).


Psycho Therapy

Listening ( active/passive listening)
Communication
Interview
Counseling
Home Visit
Observation


CASE WORK TOOLS

about 8 broad Theories in the course we need to cover  according to the course manual: 

System and Ecological Theories

Psycho social and Communication Theories/ models

Behavioral Theories

Crisis Theory/Intervention

Cognitive models/Theories

Humanistic and Existential Theories

Feminist Theory 

Radical and Marxist Theory


Course Content

Advance Social Work Theories

Part 3

Over to Atikah and Jafar

Let us Know each other

Flip teaching (or flipped classroom) is a form of blended learning in which students learn new content online by watching video lectures, usually at home, and what used to be homework (assigned problems) is now done in class with teacher offering more personalized guidance and interaction with students, instead of lecturing. This is also known as backwards classroom, reverse instruction, flipping the classroom and reverse teaching

A new method of teaching is turning the traditional classroom on its head.


See this link and read more about methods

http://www.socialinnovationtoolkit.com/dialogue.html

we tend to rely on typical strategies to achieve outcomes

An innovation mindset challenges key ideas about the traditional ways of working in social sector organizations, the importance of asking challenging questions and gathering data to better understand the complexity of social sector work, and the need to view all the components of social sector work - such as relationships, working spaces, and language - as important outcomes.

Can we bring some innovations ?

“to encourage people to deeply understand the underlying causes of the varied social issues and seek out creative strategies that might redefine their goals, reframe their programs and ventures, and suggest unique solutions that have greater impact than more traditional approaches.”

http://www.socialinnovationtoolkit.com/home.html

Can social workers trigger
Social innovations??

students learn by fitting new information together with what they already know

not only emphasise active and collaborative learning, but also emphasise students and teachers discovering and constructing knowledge together

Presents students with opportunities to construct new knowledge based on their prior knowledge and understanding from previous authentic experiences

constructivist teaching practices

WHAT we mean by Higher Education?
Or University Education/ Training ?

Should there be any difference between your primary, secondary and tertiary education?

If yes what ?

http://kaki-ponteng.blogspot.com/

www.edtechmagazine.com

Formative Assessment

Summative Assessment

Assessment

brnikku@usm.my

Social case work is the process used by certain human welfare agencies to help individuals to cope more effectively with their problems in social functioning.

CASE WORK

these traditional teaching methods - hinder the development of individual student’s active and creative abilities

and students who experience only this model of education may no longer be considered sufficient for the needs of a future educated citizenry.

So what kind of teaching and learning model is suitable to train reflective social workers ??

Social Work Education in 21st Century

 is a term used by Paulo Freire to describe and critique the traditional education system.

name refers to the metaphor of students as empty containers which educators must deposit knowledge into. This reinforces a lack of critical thinking and knowledge ownership in students, which in turn reinforces oppression.

Banking education

Week 1: 09 September 2013

BALA RAJU NIKKU, PHD
brnikku@usm.my
In collaboration with Atikah and Jafar , PhD Scholars, USM




Advanced Social Work Theories with Individuals and Families


How would you like to learn and wants us to TEACH?


So what shall we do in this class??

JUG and MUG type of Education

Empathy-
The capacity to perceive the internal frame of reference of another with accuracy as if one were the other person
Also involved is the capacity to convey to the other person that you( case worker) are sensing what that person is feeling

Identification with and understanding of another's situation, feelings, and motives

empathy is the capacity of the therapist to ‘put him/herself in the shoes’ of the client so the therapist is able to understand what the client is thinking and feeling. Empathy is also involves communicating this understanding to the client

Sympathy - A feeling or an expression of pity or sorrow for the distress of another; compassion or pity

Empathy and sympathy

Establishing Rapport and Relationship

Assessing -Problem

Identifying and Setting Goals

Choosing and Initiating Interventions

Planning and

Introducing Termination and Follow up.

STAGES OF COUNSELING

Advance Social Work Theories

Part 3

How to go about it?

observe and formulate your own questions
by allowing multiple interpretations and expressions of learning


Let us work in groups
so that we can build on each others learning / the use of peers as resources to learning


Flexibility and collaboration are key ingredients to any flipped classroom


a free and useful web tool designed to give students the ability to share their thoughts, reflect on the work of others, and edit a body of work together.


Wikispaces 

How to Flip the classroom so that constructive learning takes place?

Part 4 : conclusion and Way forward


Carl Rogers ( 1902-1987)- founder

Humanistic approaches to therapy
(Humanism is a philosophy that emphasizes the dignity and worth of people and their capacity for self realization through reason)

Client Centered Therapy ( CCT)

Central hypothesis : the growth potential of any individual will tend to be released in a relationship in which the helping person is experiencing and communicating realness, caring, and deeply sensitive non judgmental understanding


Client centered therapy

The behavioral approach is based on the concept of explaining behavior through observation, and the belief that our environment is what causes us to behave differently or suffer illnesses.

B
ehaviorists assume that we can understand people by observing their behavior. This contrasts with the cognitive approach which looks at thought processes and other unobservable activities.


behavioral – cognitive approaches

Psycho Therapy

Listening ( active/passive listening)
Communication
Interview
Counseling
Home Visit
Observation


CASE WORK TOOLS

Over to Atikah and Jafar

Let us Know each other

Part 2 : FLIPPING the CLASS ROOM

http://siresearch.eu/add-your-own-research-project

http://www.socialinnovationexchange.org/ideas-and-inspiration/method-and-tools

http://www.socialinnovationexchange.org/sites/default/files/ALNAPInnovations%20%282%29.pdf

http://socialinnovationaward.asia/





Add your own research profile / project / ideas


See this link and read more about methods

http://www.socialinnovationtoolkit.com/dialogue.html

Week 1: 09 September 2013

BALA RAJU NIKKU, PHD
brnikku@usm.my
In collaboration with Atikah and Jafar , PhD Scholars, USM




Advanced Social Work Theories with Individuals and Families

brnikku@usm.my

Social case work is the process used by certain human welfare agencies to help individuals to cope more effectively with their problems in social functioning.

CASE WORK

about 8 broad Theories in the course we need to cover  according to the course manual: 

System and Ecological Theories

Psycho social and Communication Theories/ models

Behavioral Theories

Crisis Theory/Intervention

Cognitive models/Theories

Humanistic and Existential Theories

Feminist Theory 

Radical and Marxist Theory


Course Content

Flip teaching (or flipped classroom) is a form of blended learning in which students learn new content online by watching video lectures, usually at home, and what used to be homework (assigned problems) is now done in class with teacher offering more personalized guidance and interaction with students, instead of lecturing. This is also known as backwards classroom, reverse instruction, flipping the classroom and reverse teaching

A new method of teaching is turning the traditional classroom on its head.


Can we bring some innovations ?

Can social workers trigger
Social innovations??

we tend to rely on typical strategies to achieve outcomes

An innovation mindset challenges key ideas about the traditional ways of working in social sector organizations, the
importance of asking challenging questions and gathering data to better understand the complexity of social sector work,

and the need to view all the components of social sector work - such as relationships, working spaces, and language - as important outcomes.

constructivist teaching practices

students learn by fitting new information together with what they already know

not only emphasise active and collaborative learning, but also emphasise students and teachers discovering and constructing knowledge together

Presents students with opportunities to construct new knowledge based on their prior knowledge and understanding from previous authentic experiences

Social Work Education in 21st Century

these traditional teaching methods - hinder the development of individual student’s active and creative abilities

and students who experience only this model of education may no longer be considered sufficient for the needs of a future educated citizenry.

So what kind of teaching and learning model is suitable to train reflective social workers ??

WHAT we mean by Higher Education?
Or University Education/ Training ?

Should there be any difference between your primary, secondary and tertiary education?

If yes what ?

http://kaki-ponteng.blogspot.com/

www.edtechmagazine.com

Formative Assessment

Summative Assessment

Assessment

JUG and MUG type of Education

Banking education

 is a term used by Paulo Freire to describe and critique the traditional education system.

name refers to the metaphor of students as empty containers which educators must deposit knowledge into. This reinforces a lack of critical thinking and knowledge ownership in students, which in turn reinforces oppression.




How would you like to learn and wants us to TEACH?


So what shall we do in this class??

“to encourage people to deeply understand the underlying causes
of the varied social issues and seek out creative strategies that might redefine
heir goals, reframe their programs and ventures, and suggest
unique solutions that have greater impact than more traditional approaches.”

http://www.socialinnovationtoolkit.com/home.html

Let us have a break now
aims to increase the individual's sense of their own well-being. Psychotherapists employ a range of techniques based on experiential relationship building, dialogue, communication and behavior change and that are designed to improve the mental health of a client or patient, or to improve group relationships (such as in a family).

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