Journal of Human Services
Ethical choices are a cornerstone of effective human services practice. Human services professionals are expected to adhere to ethical standards, but little is written on the teaching strategies that ready students for ethical practice with clients. This article meets the need for such literature by addressing the teaching context that influences student learning in human services courses and presenting four teaching activities. Future directions and suggestions for research to examine the effectiveness of these activities are offered.
Original Publication Citation
Wark, L., Dice, T., Kerewsky, S., & Hudson, T. (2019). Ethics education in human services: Course context and teaching activities. Journal of Human Services, 39(1), 143-157.
Wark, Linda; Dice, Tammi; Kerewsky, Shoshana; and Hudson, Tricia, "Ethics Education in Human Services: Course Context and Teaching Activities" (2019). Counseling & Human Services Faculty Publications. 65.