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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

CSWE COVID-19 Collection

CSWE COVID-19 Collection

Educator | Resource of the Month

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Conflict Skills for Social Workers

To help students learn and practice conflict skills, this module is used to explain the value of conflict, the steps in managing conflict, and approaches to amplifying conflict when necessary. Contributor: Barrett Bonella

Learning Module for Social Policy

This module helps students identify, understand, and evaluate the scope and accessibility of social welfare policy programs. Contributor: Mary Carlsen

Using Poverty Simulation to Change Attitudes about Poverty: Implications for Policy Practice

A poverty simulation is an experiential learning activity in which participants take on the role of different types of families that may experience poverty.  The overall aim is to challenge participants’ beliefs about poverty and prompt them to take action. The simulation was ...

Exploring Wealth Inequality and the Construct of Equal Opportunity

A module that provides first-year social work students with several exercises to explore the construct of equal opportunity. Contributor: Jennifer Frank

The Social Work Shout Out: Engaging Students in Policy Practice

A policy practice module used for a senior seminar class. Contributor: Anthony Hill

Flint Water Crisis Module

Contributor: Denise Dedman

Social Policy Practice Clinic at Tel Aviv University

The Social Policy Practice Clinic aims to expand the pursuit of social policy change as part of social work education in Israel. The clinic is based on an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary perception of social problems as a product of complex processes, including offensi...

Conversations about Culture: Video & Lesson Plan

This module conveys the importance of two-way learning in the social worker-client relationship through a dialogical approach. It situates the social worker as “learner” as opposed to the “expert professional.” Contributor: Laura Lewis

Policy Choices: Provision

This exercise uses Gilbert and Terrell’s (2010) Product Analysis Framework and specifically examines alternatives within the provision dimension. The exercise helps students to think about social welfare provisions, different choices, and the pros and cons of each choice. Cont...

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