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The purpose of this ACL is to provide information about the February 2017 implementation of the statewide standardized Common Core 3.0 (CC 3.0) for social workers. The CC 3.0 is the result of a large scale revision of California’s Common Core Curricula (Core) for child welfare workers.
This resource provides access to the Northern California Training Academy's annual reports dating back to 2008.
Explore techniques for working effectively and safely in stressful and potentially dangerous situations, along with techniques and strategies for maximizing professional and personal performance.
This resource provides access to the Northern California Training Academy's Core for Social Workers Module 7 training materials. To learn more about the Academy, please visit humanservices.ucdavis.edu/academy.
This resource provides access to tips, tools, practice briefs, videos and courses relate to family time coaching in the field of child welfare and was compiled specifically for Northern California counties by the Northern California Training Academy. To learn more about the Academy, please visit www.humanservices.ucdavis.edu/academy
Today the NIEHS is expanding and accelerating its contributions to scientific knowledge of human health and the environment, and to the health and well-being of people everywhere. It provides the following databases & galleries as resources to scientists: The Alu Pairs Database, The Biomarkers of Oxidative Stress Study (BOSS), Chemical Effects in Biological Systems(CEBS), The Drug Matrix, The Environmental Genome Project, The Environmental Polymorphisms Registry, The Human DNA Polymerase Gamma Mutation, The Microarray Center cDNA Clone Search, Mouse Genome Resequencing Project, The Nanomaterial Registry, The Roadmap Epigenomics Project Data, The SNPinfo Web Server and the Spin Trap Database.
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This resource provides access to each edition of the Northern California Training Academy's child welfare practice journal Reaching Out.
This resource provides a look at various publications concerning social worker health and wellness.
The following training videos are dedicated to helping child welfare workers learn practical skills to cope with the emotional tolls of their very important work. Throughout this series, child welfare workers will learn about the dynamics of secondary traumatic stress, self-care strategies, and a framework for coping with secondary trauma.
This is an OER textbook for Positive Psychology. It takes an historical approach and includes a section on areas in which a positive approach to psychology is most needed (e.g., the field of disability studies).
This issue is dedicated to making sense of the information we have about well-being and integrating the plethora of information available to provide a synthesis of what the best thinking is about the topic and some of the best practices used to address it.
In Yoga Minds, Writing Bodies, Christy Wenger argues for the inclusion of Eastern-influenced contemplative education within writing studies. She observes that, although we have "embodied" writing education in general by discussing the rhetorics of racialized, gendered, and disabled bodies, we have done substantially less to address the particular bodies that occupy our classrooms. She proposes that we turn to contemplative education practices that engages student bodies through fusing a traditional curriculum with contemplative practices including yoga, meditation, and the martial arts. Drawing strength from the recent "quiet revolution" (Zajonc) of contemplative pedagogy within postsecondary education and a legacy of field interest attributable to James Moffett, this project draws on case studies of first-year college writers to present contemplative pedagogy as a means of teaching students mindfulness of their writing and learning in ways that promote the academic, rhetorical work accomplished in first-year composition classes while at the same time remaining committed to a larger scope of a writer's physical and emotional well-being.