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Self Reflection Assignment SW 110
What are the Objectives of the Assignment (Student Learning Outcomes)?
A. To assure that each student by the end of the semester will be able to describe the major fields of social work practice and its ability to practice incorporating diversity and various social issues.
B. Identify and describe the impact of personal values as they relate to professional social work values and ethical issues.
C. Apply and communicate an understanding of the importance of diversity and difference in shaping life experiences in practice at the micro and macro levels
D. Present themselves as learners and engage clients and constituencies as experts of their own experiences
E. Apply self-awareness and self-regulation to manage the influence of personal biases and values in working with diverse clients and constituencies
Your Assignment Will Consist of the Following Sections:
What is Social Work
Why is Social Work Importance to You
Personal Strength 1
Personal Strength 2
The Topic Headings – Content of the Self Reflection Assignment
Using your own words, what is social work? (1 paragraph minimum)
Why is social work important to you? (1 paragraph minimum)
Why is being culturally humble a necessity for social workers?
Why is it important for social workers to be lifelong learners?
Why is it important for social workers to practice self-awareness?
What are two personal strengths that you think will help you succeed as a social worker? Explain why for each strength.
What is one personal challenge you believe you will have to overcome to be a successful social worker? How will you overcome it?
What Are The Research Requirements?
A. Begin your research for appropriate and relevant reference materials. Use the topic headings to help you identify the areas of focus.
B. The essay must include at least two quotes or citations from relevant and appropriate sources.
C. Locating Your Research