ENGL 1100 (Wright): Health and Human Services: Welcome

This is a Course Guide for a Health and Human Services contextualized English 1100 course. It contains readings used in the course as well as links to the various academic topic/program area Research Guides.

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This Course Guide contains readings for your course, sorted by program area and reading type.  Your Course Guide also contains links to useful Research Guides for your specific program of study.  Links found in those Research Guides will lead you to websites, books, journals, and other resources connected to your program.

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General Course Readings

Bowen, J. A. (2018). Nudges, the learning economy, and a new three Rs: Relationships, resilience, and reflection. Liberal Education, 104(2), 28.

 

Castro, A. (2013). Rethinking diversity. T+D, 67(2), 36.

 

Kratz, R., & McCafferty, M. (2018). Igniting the potential: The health and human services workforce: Part 3: Move to the front: A strategy for becoming a stronger self. Policy & Practice, 76(3), 8.

 

Nuri-Robins, K. J. (2012). Cultural proficiency: Tools for justice and equity. Working Strategies, 15(2), 20–22.

 

Paulson, J. (2018). Would you hire you? Human Services Today Magazine, Summer 2018, 10-11.

 

Price, D. (2013). 10 career-tanking phrases to avoid using in the workplace. T+D, 67(6), 72–74.

 

Rao, M. S. (2012). Myths and truths about soft skills. T+D, 66(5), 48.

 

Slivinske, J. (2012). Mentee to mentor: A process of professional growth, development, and hope. Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, 18(3), 8–12.

 

Stix, G. (2011). The neuroscience of true grit. Scientific American, 304(3), 28–33.

 

Yost, L. (2014). Workplace savvy. Parks & Recreation, 49(3), 40.

 

Young, E. (2017). I feel your pain. New Scientist, 94–97.

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