337Generalist Practice III:Groups
287Independent Study In Social Work
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Avant, D. W. (2016). Using Response to intervention/ multi-tiered systems of supports to promote social justice in schools. Journal for Multicultural Education. 10(4), 507-520.
Avant, D. & Bracy, W. (in press). Using Problem-based Learning To Illustrate the Concepts of Privilege and Oppression, Journal of Social Work Education.
Avant, D. & Lindsey, B. (2015). School social workers as response to intervention change champions, Advances in Social Work Journal. 16(2), 276-291. DOI: 10.18060/16428
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Avant, D. W. (2016, December, 19th). Diversity and Oppression: Cultural Competence Among Social Work Students. [Blog post] Retrieved from https://illinoisstateuniversitysotl.wordpress.com/tag/deneca-avant/