U of M SW 8802 - Field II Seminar (6 pages)

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University of Minnesota- Twin Cities
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Sw 8802 - Summer 2004 Syllabus

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SW 8802 Fall 2006 G Wilimek Page 1 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH SOCIAL WORK DEPARTMENT SW 8802 Field II Seminar Fall 2006 INSTRUCTOR Geri Wilimek MSW LICSW OFFICE Hagg Sauer 356 PHONE 218 755 4058 office 218 751 1537 home 218 209 8234 cell E MAIL gwilimek d umn edu OFFICE HOURS Mondays 3 30 4 30pm and by appointment SEMINARS 9 11 9 18 10 2 10 16 11 6 11 20 12 4 All seminars will meet from 3 00pm to 5 30pm Classes will meet in Hagg Sauer 228 Second floor on the NORTH Hallway Hint the ITV room is on the SOUTH hallway FIELD PLACEMENTS BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 5 2006 FIELD SITE MEETINGS Fall semester we will hold two on site meetings at your field agency The first is a meeting to review the draft of your Learning Contract I will be available during the week of September 18 2006 I am available Sept 18 am Sept 19 am pm Sept 20 am pm and Sept 21 am pm Your Learning Contract Draft is due at this meeting You will have time after the meeting to make necessary changes You need to turn in a final copy by class October 16 The second meeting on site will be your mid term evaluation during the week of December 11 2006 I am available December 11 am December 12 am pm December 13 am pm and December 14 am pm Your on site and MSW supervisors should be in attendace COURSE DESCRIPTION 4 0 8 0 cr max 8 0 cr Prereq 8031 or 8332 or 8443 or 8544 SW Grad Student and S N or Aud fall spring summer every year Developing knowledge and skill base for advanced generalist practice in a community agency Concurrent seminar focuses on integrating classroom theories and intervention methodologies with experiences with client systems at micro mezzo and macro levels of practice Attention to vulnerable minority issues COURSE OBJECTIVES The student is expected to do the following in the field placement Demonstrate advanced mezzo practice skills to address issues at the organizational level of practice by engaging in administrative program development organizational change and or supervisory activities



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