"MindTap has helped me to provide alternative methods to facilitate student learning. I have used the videos and discuss questions in class and have found that students become more engaged when they are able to practice applying theoretical constructs to real life experiences in real time."
Sharon is an assistant professor of social work in the Ethelyn R Strong School of Social Work at Norfolk State University. Sharon has and undergraduate degree from George Mason University and holds an MSW and PhD in social work from Howard University. She over 10 years of teaching experience at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Her primary courses are research methods and human behavior. Her teaching research interest is in the scholarship of teaching and learning with a focus on identifying effective pedagogical approaches for social work education.
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