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Education Resources

The Education Resources section is a compendium of resources collected as a part of CSWE initiatives and intended to help programs and faculty members in curriculum development and assessment activities. The materials include advanced practice knowledge and practice behaviors related to the Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS), syllabi, bibliographies, case studies, assessment tools, and videos for use in the classroom.

We hope to continue to expand this collection with the help of members with expertise in specific areas of practice.

Special Features

Below are additional resources available to our members: our 2015 EPAS Curricular Guide Resource Series; CSWE's COVID-19 Collection; and the Educator|Resource of the Month, provided by the Center for Diversity & Social & Economic Justice. To learn more, click an image to be redirected to the corresponding page.

Specialized Practice Curricular Guide for Substance Use Social Work Practice

2015 EPAS Curricular Guides

Technology Advisory Group (TAG)

Technology Advisory Group (TAG)

Educator | Resource of the Month

Educator | Resource of the Month

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December 16, 2015

Physical Activity

PowerPoint for Health Promotion and Aging Teaching Module Section 5
November 20, 2015

Technology and Aging Presentation CSWE APM 2015

The presentation highlights aging-in-community technologies and the important role social work can play in shaping future developments.
January 06, 2015

IASC Guidelines

Disaster management guidelines
January 06, 2015

National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery

The National Coalition of Mental Health Recovery helps ensure consumers/survivors have a voice in the development of health care, mental health and social policies and empower them to lead a full life in the community.
December 09, 2014

Supporting Social and Productive Engagement in Later Life PowerPoint Presentation

This PowerPoint (PPT) presentation is to be used when teaching the Productive Aging Session (Session #3) in the syllabus, Advanced Practice with Older Adults.

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