An increasing number of social work programs at both the bachelor’s and master’s levels utilize online or hybridized instruction, including practice courses. These courses may be of particular advantage to students in rural communities by minimizing commute times and making social work education more available. However, a concern is whether these venues allow essential content, such as the development of professional ethics, to be adequately addressed. This teaching note is based on the authors’ experiences with conducting online ethics discussions and provides suggestions for incorporating online scenarios that reflect practice dilemmas, which students must consider critically before responding to posted questions.
Blake, Michelle Emery MSSW, Ph.D. and Davis, Mary Fran
"Iterative Ethical Discussion in Hybridized Practice Classes,"
Contemporary Rural Social Work: Vol. 6
, Article 14.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.murraystate.edu/crsw/vol6/iss1/14