- Susan Parlier
- BSW Program Coordinator,
College of Social Work
- FEB 18
- Mon 11:15am - 12:05pm
- Center for Teaching Excellence
Thomas Cooper Library, Room L511
This event is co-sponsored by USC Connect and the Center for Teaching Excellence.
Engaging students in professional practice is an important part of many academic disciplines. Helping students to connect what they experience in professional practice with what they are learning in the classroom is an important part of creating informed and conscientious practitioners. Dr. Parlier will examine the use of service-learning and technology in a social work advocacy course in order to illustrate these connections. Strategies used to make these connections are applicable across disciplines.
About the Facilitator
Susan Parlier is Coordinator of the BSW program in the College of Social Work. She encourages students to engage outside the classroom and to use technology to develop competencies in critical thinking that are necessary for social work practice.