MARION BOGO ,MSW, Adv. Dip. SW, is professor, former dean, and formerly field practicum coordinator at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto.  Her research focuses on field education and the development and testing of innovative approaches to assessment of student competence.  She has published over 100 journal articles and book chapters on field education and social work practice.  Her recent book Achieving Competence in Social Work through Field Education (2010) further develops field education principles presented in the seminal text The Practice of Field Instruction in Social Work (1998, 2nd edition, co-author).   With co-authors Julianne Wayne and Miriam Raskin their paper on Field Education as the Signature Pedagogy received the Journal of Social Work Education best conceptual article award, 2010. 

With co-authors Cheryl Regehr, Kirsten Donovan, Susan Anstice, and April Lim their paper on field instructors’ view of student competencies in macro practice received the Journal of Social Work Education best empirical article (qualitative) award in 2013.  In 2013 she received the Significant Lifetime Achievement in Social Work Education award by the Council of Social Work Education in recognition of her contributions to social work education and to improving assessment of professional competence in social work. She has lectured and consulted to Schools of Social Work in Canada, United States, Asia, Israel, and the United Kingdom.

Links

http://socialwork.utoronto.ca/profiles/marion-bogo/

 

 

Note: Cover design and material from Social Work Field Directors: Foundations for Excellence
by C.A. Hunter, J. K. Moen, and M. S. Raskin (Eds.), (2014) Chicago: Lyceum.
Copyright 2014 by Lyceum Books, Inc. Reprinted with permission.