Connecting Classroom to Community Through Photovoice: Pedagogical Implications

  • İnci Yilmazli Trout University of the Incarnate Word
  • Beatrix Perez San Antonio College
  • M. Candace Christensen University of Texas San Antonio
Keywords: arts-based research, photovoice, community practice, social work education

Abstract

This paper explores the pedagogical implications of using arts-based research in an advanced community practice course in a Master of Social Work program. Per the course design, graduate students implemented a photovoice project with undergraduate students focusing on transforming campus rape culture. At the end of the project, graduate students wrote reflection papers that constitute the data for this paper. The data analysis resulted in three categories: enhancing the learning of content, understanding the role of a social worker in macro-level practice, and engaging with the community.

Published
2019-05-31
How to Cite
Yilmazli Trout İnci, PerezB., & ChristensenM. C. (2019). Connecting Classroom to Community Through Photovoice: Pedagogical Implications. LEARNing Landscapes, 12(1), 285-301. https://doi.org/10.36510/learnland.v12i1.992