Collaborative Practice

Collaborative Practice

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Tourse, Mooney, and their contributors argue for an acknowledgment that the numerous and complex needs of the modern society's schools and the children they are intended to serve require an informed collaborative effort on the part of service providers. While they focus primarily on the collaboration of social work and education, they look beyond that to other important collaborative efforts with nursing, counseling, law, and other agents of society.By acknowledging the group of eighth grade boys as a#39;expertsaquot; concerning the reality of life in their middle school, the team ... and students Engage in productive peer editing and revision Psychosocial Objectives |Use appropriate social skills inanbsp;...


Title:Collaborative Practice
Author: Robbie Welch Christler Tourse, Jean F. Mooney
Publisher:Praeger Publishers - 1999-01-01
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