Some outstanding contributions to a better understanding of the issues of education for social work have been brought together in this volume, originally published in 1968. Because of the wide relevance of the subject these articles should be valuable not only to social work educators and field supervisors in many different parts of the world, but to others concerned with professional education. Today it can be enjoyed in its historical context.

chapter 1|17 pages

Building The Curriculum

The Foundation For Professional Competence *
ByEileen Blackey

chapter 2|19 pages

The Small Group in Learning and Teaching *

ByMary Louise Somers

chapter 3|14 pages

The Teacher in Education for Social Work *

ByEileen Younghusband

chapter 4|9 pages

The Place of Scientific Method in Social Work Education *

ByPeter Leonard

chapter 5|16 pages

A Social Work Approach to Courses in Growth and Behaviour *

ByCharlotte Towle

chapter 6|12 pages

The Contribution of Psychoanalysis to Social Work Education *

ByWerner W. Boehm

chapter 7|17 pages

The Lecture as a Method in Teaching Casework *

ByHelen Harris Perlman

chapter 8|18 pages

Teaching Casework by the Discussion Methodoff. *

ByHelen Harris Perlman

chapter 9|19 pages

The Place of Help in Supervision *

ByCharlotte Towle

chapter 10|15 pages

The Fieldwork Supervisor as Educator *

ByLola Selby