- Effective Measurement of IEP Goals and Objectives for Social-Emotional and Behavioral Skills
Effective Measurement of IEP Goals and Objectives for Social-Emotional and Behavioral Skills
5-7 p.m. ET
This training is a follow-up to the in training entitled ‘Writing Effective IEP Goals and Objectives for Social-Emotional and Behavioral Skills’. It is preferred that individuals took part 1 but it is not an absolute requirement, as we will briefly review key takeaways from part 1. In this training, participants will learn how to make effective measurement choices for measuring IEP goals and objectives, learn how to chart and graph student progress data, and learn to write rubrics to measure complex social and behavioral skills.
- AANHPI Peer Support Meeting
AANHPI Peer Support Meeting
Free (NASW membership is NOT required) and open to ALL Asian, Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Social Workers!
This group provides a brave space for support, networking, inclusion, and representation.
- The Intersections of Historical Mass Trauma, Racial Terrorism and African American Mental Health
- An Hour With Private Practice: Questions & Answers, "Tips for Avoiding Claim Denials"
- Social Workers & Public Loan Forgiveness
- NASW-AK Bi-Annual Conference
- Revolutionize the Profession: Racism in Social Work Town Hall XV, “Self-Care & Community Care”
Revolutionize the Profession: Racism in Social Work Town Hall XV, “Self-Care & Community Care”
6-7:30 p.m. ET
This series of Town Halls is focused on the following:
- Acknowledging the history and current ways that white supremacy and racism exist in social work practice;
- Creating goals to achieve a racially just profession;
- The development and implementation of an action plan and action groups to achieve these goals.
This session will be focused on How we take care of ourselves and each other as we continue to experience these traumas and as we actively work towards changing systems, practices, and policies.
- Talk Saves Lives: An Intro to Suicide Prevention (Community Conversation)
- Ethics Institute with Dr. Fred Reamer, “Social Work in the Digital Age: Telehealth, Ethics and Risk Management Challenges”
Ethics Institute with Dr. Fred Reamer, “Social Work in the Digital Age: Telehealth, Ethics and Risk Management Challenges”
This webinar will explore cutting-edge ethical issues arising out of social workers' growing use of digital technology, electronic interventions, and online social media to deliver services, communicate with clients, and search online for information about clients. The workshop will focus on key ethical challenges related to privacy, confidentiality, privileged communication, informed consent, boundaries, and nontraditional interventions, among others.