Epistemology is all about learning. In human services much of what we do is “teaching” a new perspective or a new way to problem solve, or an alternate way of life, so that they can live healthier and more fulfilling lives. As this is a large part of our practice, it become important to recognize how a culture prefer to learn. Is there a particular way of learning that is supported within the culture and how might you be able to incorporate that in your practice. Here is what I would like you to do: google Jewish American Cultures learning styles. Please provide the names of the five first articles/pages you get on the google search. Do you see any similarities between them at first glance? Anything that stands out? Then pick one and provide a short summary of how it helps us understand more about the preferred learning style of Jewish American Cultures.
You can also break it down by picking a particular group within the Jewish American culture.
Make sure to provide a link to the article/report/page you are using (and provide the links for the five first listings as well.
THIS IS DUE ON SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22ND, 2020 AT 6:00 PM EASTERN TIME (New York)