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Feature Profile - CUPE Faculty and Former Alum William Woolrich

Feature Profile - CUPE Faculty and Former Alum William Woolrich

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Title: Feature Profile - CUPE Faculty and Former Alum William Woolrich
Author: Woolrich, William
Saadi, Salma
Abstract: William Woolrich has several years of experience working in direct practice as a social worker on a forensic mental health team and then managing a supportive housing program. He also has over a decade of experience teaching social work, much of it online, and has several conference presentations exploring innovative teaching methods in post-secondary education. He has a MSW from York University’s School of Social Work and is now a Doctoral Candidate in the Faculty of Education at York University where he is focusing on teaching and learning in higher education and, in particular, examining critical approaches to pedagogy for students considering a career in social service administration. Most recently, he has accepted a full-time faculty position at George Brown College where he teaches in the Community Worker Program. In this interview, William discusses his passion for teaching, his social work field experience and the CUPE 3903 strike.
Subject: Social Work
BSW Post-Degree program
critical perspective
CUPE 3903
Rights: CC0 1.0 Universal
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/35166
Date: 2018-09

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