School Social Workers: Roles and Contributions in Child Learning

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  • Author :Arti Mann
  • Year of Publication :2018
  • ISBN: :9789351251224
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: XVI178
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Child Studies, Education, Home Science, Social Work, Sociology

About the Book :

This book presents a comprehensive and exhaustive scenario of School Social Work in Delhi. With comparative analysis, it shows the responses of various schools with and without social workers towards mental health needs of children and facilitating teaching-learning environment for students. The book deals with perceptions of the head, teacher and children towards school social work. It provides deeper understanding on the roles and functions performed by social workers in schools and the challenges they encounter.
The book would be beneficial for social work educators, students and practitioners, managers and administrators in schools, NGO workers and policy-makers.

About Author :

Arti Mann has earned her Ph.D. from IGNOU, New Delhi. Her professional interest remains in the area of women, children, guidance and counselling, and juvenile delinquency.
Arti Mann has participated in large number of seminars and conferences, and has published several research papers and articles in well known journals. She has accomplished various certificate courses like on HIV/AIDS, Self-Help Group etc. from IGNOU, New Delhi. She has also completed a short-term certificate course in guidance and counselling from Delhi University.