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Education Resources

The Education Resources section serves as a compendium of resources intended to help programs and faculty members in curriculum development and assessment activities. Resource 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.

The search option below allows users to search for member curated resources. We hope to continue to expand this collection with the help of members with expertise in specific areas of practice. CSWE members who are logged into the website may submit a resource by selecting the  "Education Resources Contribution" tab on the lefthand portion of this page. 

Additional tabs on the left of the screen link to CSWE curated resources. 
 

Special Features

Below are additional resources available to our members: our 2015 EPAS Curricular Guide Resource Series; CSWE's Teaching with and Teaching about Technology; the Educator|Resource of the Month, provided by the Center for Diversity & Social & Economic Justice; and substance use resources from the Practitioner Education in Substance Use Disorders initative. 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

Practitioner Education in Substance Use Disorders

Substance Use Resources from Practitioner Education Initiative

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July 31, 2020

Social Workers on the Front Lines of COVID-19: Social Work and Social Justice Perspectives

The Graduate College of Social Work, University of Houston and the University of California, Los Angeles Department of Social Welfare collaborated to interview alumni of their respective programs to highlight their work in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.     There are ...

Teaching Students how to Transform Power and Privilege

Educators can use this resource to virtually train students about power and privilege, foster collaborative learning, and build diversity and understanding among students. Through a synchronous classroom design, this interactive PowerPoint includes worksheet activities designe...

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