10/6 class notes
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Date Created: 10/07/15
Classroom interaction guidelines 0 Reviewed and agreed upon Regarding journal entries 0 Must be submitted to canvas ideally by Tuesday but ok to submit by Thursday Regarding leading an activity 0 Classmates may have the same topic but cannot work together on information or do the activity together Each person is responsible for their own activity Class content Discussed short blog article that we read on 101 about being black African American is bad for health 0 Environment affects development What is Theory a 1 Based on observation 2 Description 3 Generalize ideas b Enables us to predict and explain behavior bx The goal is to predict bx For example being able to predict bx at a certain age of a child such as when to start sitting up on their own c Tested observation 1 Relevance a Analyze problems b Assessment c Practice and intervention guide develop programs d Research e Inform advocacy and develop policy The nature of theories 0 They have limitations because they are Socially constructed subjective and in uenced by the times era 0 Always apply a critical eye when reviewing a theory How is it connected SW valuesstandardscode of ethics Is it useful in SW Supported by evidence Basically question the theory with a critical thinking aspect Personinenvironment theories 0 Always use personinenvironment Always 0 Example helping a young adult who is homeless and needs incomework Ask ourselves what environment obstacles do we help with Find the environment connection SOCIAL SYSTEMS THEORY 0 Everything is a system within a system Parts interact and are always part of something bigger A change in a system or a change in an interaction changes the systems 0 Key terms 0 Transaction amp reciprocal causality process of acting and reacting between systems Constant exchange between systems that in uences one another Like ping pong Equilibrium balancing Trying to maintain systems with little to no change 0 Boundaries all systems have boundaries Example school boundary is that one 0 must be enrolled pay tuition come to class etc to be part of the school system Example our skin could be considered a boundary to our body system 0 Energy transactions stuff between systems ow back and forth 0 Organization needed to make things ow better in a system and between systems 0 NOT COVERED IN CLASS unless I missed it BUT ON SLIDES Adaptation changing according to a change in system or an interaction 0 NOT COVERED IN CLASS unless I missed it BUT ON SLIDES Communication process that info a type of energy is transferred in a system or between systems
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