Reforming Social Work Education

Member: Kristen S. Slack
(University of Wisconsin - Madison)
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When you serve in an administrative leadership role in a School of Social Work, there are many issues that come to your attention, often from students who want you to take action. Not until I served in an administrative capacity did I have a more solid sense of where pressure is needed for certain kinds of issues and asks (e.g,. some things are simply not in the control of a school or department, and are instead situated in a university sphere, an accrediting body sphere, or even a law/policy sphere). To organize my thoughts, I developed this graphic to facilitate thinking (alongside students and other stakeholders) about where pressure is needed for certain changes to occur. Once there is a good understanding of where the spheres of influence lie, a more feasible and actionable plan to effect change can be developed and implemented. 

Free to use with citation
Last Revised Date 
Mon, 01/31/2022 - 09:35
Disciplines 
Social Work
Type of resource 
Presentation
Resource Institution 
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Institution Type 
4 or 4+ year College/University
Recommended Citation 

 No formal citation, but can mention it is a graphic developed by Kristen Slack.