The readings this week are from Schulz (2017), who focuses on assessing Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships (CPBRP), Bronstein and Abramson (2017), who help us look into interdisciplinary teamwork and the skills and processes necessary to be successful in its implementation. Finally, Ephross et al. (2017) provide an overview of best practices with task groups. During class, we will do an activity around organizing our priorities and ethics as well as lecture on the learning content for the week. The learning objectives for this week include:
Bronstein, L. R., & Abramson, J. S. (2017). Chapter 27 - Group process dynamics and skills in interdisciplinary teamwork. In C. D. Garvin, L. M. Gutierrez, & M. J. Galinsky (Eds.), Handbook of Social Work with Groups (pp. 491-509). The Guilford Press.
Ephross, P. H., Vassil, T. V., & Rose, S. R. (2017). Chapter 28 - Group work with working groups. In C. D. Garvin, L. M. Gutierrez, & M. J. Galinsky (Eds.), Handbook of Social Work with Groups (pp. 510-524). The Guilford Press.
Schulz, A. J., Israel, B. A., & Lantz, P. (2017). Chapter 24 - Assessing and strengthening characteristics of effective groups in community-based participatory research partnerships. In C. D. Garvin, L. M. Gutierrez, & M. J. Galinsky (Eds.), Handbook of Social Work with Groups (pp. 433-453). The Guilford Press.
You need to read Chapters 24, 27, and 28
We will be doing activities that require the following handouts:
The presentation slides can be viewed through Notist on my website, where you can download them and follow along during class. Spring 2022 SOWK 487 Week 15 - Group Work in Organizational and Community Settings
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