The New Social Worker® Magazine's Back-to-School Guide for Social Work Students
Linda May Grobman & Karen Zgoda
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Edited by Linda May Grobman & Karen Zgoda
In this Guide is a collection of articles that have appeared in The New Social Worker®: The Social Work Careers Magazine. The magazine, published since 1994, focuses on providing practical articles to help social work students and new graduates succeed in their new careers. For this volume in the “Best of The New Social Worker” series, we have chosen those articles that we think you will find most relevant as you start the new school term as a social work student. In addition, the editors asked a panel of The New Social Worker's writers and other social work experts for their tips for new and returning social work students.
Introduction to the Back-to-School Guide
TIP: Go the Distance
Traveling Toward a Social Work Degree: 10 Road-Tested Trip-Tips
TIP: Ask for Honest Feedback
Making the Most of Field Seminar
TIP: Get To Know Your Classmates
11 Tips for Professional Behavior in the Classroom
TIP: “So What I Hear You Saying Is...”
SW 2.0: How to Communicate Effectively With Your Professor
TIP: Minimize Distractions to Increase Your Focus and Attention
Back to School Resolution: Avoid Common APA Mistakes
TIP: You Can Get Clinical Licensure With a Macro Concentration
TIP: Focus on Your Purpose and Imagine Your Perfect World
What Is an Ethical Dilemma?
TIP: Build Authentic Relationships
Considerations in Writing a Literature Review
TIP: Got Therapy? We All Have Wounds...
TIP: When in Crisis, See Your Advisor
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TIP: If I Could Do This Over
To Once and Future Research Students
TIP: Change the World
What I Have Learned About Learning
TIP: Get the Ticket—Take the Ride!
About the Editors