Annette Garrett's Life To Bettering The Social Work Student

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The reason she dedicated her life to bettering the social work student was that she felt that students needed a wide range of field experience. She was once a student and recognized a lack of experience. She dedicated her life to change that and give future students a better opportunity and more field experience. At Smith College, she was head of the department for casework teaching and organizing field work. According to Annette Garrett’s book, Interviewing; It’s Principles and Methods, after its publication in 1942, there were many requests for more information on how to conduct an interview. The Family Service Association turned to Annette to fulfil these requests. She then came up with a guide to interviewing and even used case records

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