Proceedings of the 2020 6th International Conference on Social Science and Higher Education (ICSSHE 2020)

Vulnerability or Resilience: New Work Program for Teaching Practice in China’s Social Work Field in the Time of COVID-19 Epidemic

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Peng Wang
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Peng Wang
Available Online 16 December 2020.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.201214.015How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Social Work Field, Teaching Practice, COVID-19, Work Program
Abstract
Social work originated in Europe and the United States, and gradually rose up in developing countries in the middle of the last century. Teaching practice in social work field has always been the basis for social work to take root in the multicultural society and the localization of social work in Asia. Therefore, teaching practice is a very important part of professional social work education. The sudden outbreak of COVID-19 has a global and far-reaching impact in all areas. Although social work’s different field teaching practice models have been formed in the localization process of China’s social work, the applicability of existing field teaching practice models in the epidemic situation has been significantly undermined. The transformation of the model of teaching practice in social work field is inevitable. Based on the previous field teaching practice models of social work in China and taking the field teaching practice of social work in the university where the author works as an example, this paper proposes a work program of teaching practice in social work field in the time of COVID-19 epidemic.
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