Ohio State University helps future social workers learn Spanish

05/27/2013 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

Students studying social work at Ohio State University are learning in a bilingual environment by videoconferencing with Spanish speaking students at a Nicaraguan university. Class lectures are given in Spanish and sometimes supplemented with videos from YouTube. "It's important in the work that we do that we're able to connect on a pretty deep level," said Danielle Smith, executive director of the Ohio chapter of the National Association of Social Workers.

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