Episode 111 - Marion Bogo: Innovations in Assessment of Students' Competence in Social Work
Monday, January 21, 2013, 12:15:03 AM
In this episode, Professor Marion Bogo discusses research she has conducted on innovative methods for educational outcomes assessment in social work. She describes a program of research that looks at conceptualizing and assessing social work students’ competence. She also reviews some of the challenges in assessing students in their field experience. Finally, Professor Bogo discusses the development and testing of two innovative assessment methods: 1) an online tool for use in field evaluation and 2) the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) adapted for social work student assessment.
sw521-review, Saturday, February 02, 2013
By T, Canavan :
Listening to Marion Bogo discuss the best way to efficiently give evaluative information is refreshing and hopeful. the idea behind professionals wanting competent and aware social workers being placed in the work force makes me want to try harder to make myself the best social worker I can. The idea of getting graded on how much effort I put in and what new things I try to learn. I am proud to be a part of a profession that seems to be striving to improve its well-being and is continuously attempting to improve the education of the newest social workers. .
excellent podcast, Tuesday, January 22, 2013
By Steve :
This was a great podcast.
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