Publications:
Access BSW Learning Circle: A Revolutionary Approach to Social Work Education in Rural, Remote and Aboriginal Communities

This paper explores issues of oppression in social work education and describes a revolutionary approach that has been developed by the University of Calgary's Faculty of Social Work.

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Innovations In Context: Development of the University of Calgary Virtual Learning Circle

This paper describes the design and development of the Virtual Learning Circle (VLC; an undergraduate social work education initiative by the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Calgary.

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Creative Arts in a Children’s Cystic Fibrosis Continuing Care Program: A Canadian Case Study

This presentation describes a case study which documented a unique creative arts program for children who experience chronic illness.

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Teacher Assessment of Aggression by Children in Kindergarten

This paper examined the ratings of teachers' assessments of aggressive behaviour by children in kindergarten and compared these to clinical assessments.

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The Global Classroom: An Opportunity for Empowerment or Exploitation?
Sharon Pelech

This paper examines the current debate regarding the benefits and limitations of globalized education and explores various strategies that serve to build capacity and empower communities of learners.

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Diversity in Group Work: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

This paper describes an inquiry set out to learn how practitioners from pastoral counseling, psychology and social work conceptualize and use diversity in their groups.

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The BSW Virtual Learning Circle: A Critical Appraisal and Evaluation

This presentation will provide an curriculum overview, early evaluative findings as well as highlights of the challenges and innovations encountered in the delivery of the Virtual Learning Circle.

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Paradigms Lost: Revisiting Ecological Theory in Social Work
Sharon Pelech

This presentation will include a summary of the original ecological theory termed the life model, the various critiques which successfully challenged it, and a proposed reformulation utilizing complexity theory.

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Shifting Paradigms in Secondary Science Classrooms: Teaching and Learning from an Ecological Perspective
Sharon Pelech,

This paper is an exploration of how ecological learning theory impacts teachers' pedagogy in science education.

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Who, How, and Where: Ecological Learning Theory in Social Work Education
Sharon Pelech

This paper will outline how ecological learning theory can bring coherence to our current educational practices and contribute to our application of effective and sustainable educational strategies.

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Published online: August 1, 2014

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