This papers reviews the changes in the expectations regarding EPAS Competencies and Practice Behaviors since first presented by CSWE and how that has affected program development and outcome assessment. The language of the EPAS is critiqued from several perspectives, including Bloom's Taxonomy, face validity, and exhaustiveness.
A Critical Analysis of the EPAS Competencies and Practice BehaviorsSocial Work Faculty Publications
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Citation InformationAnderson, W.A., and Mackie, P.F.E. (2012). A Critical Analysis of the EPAS Competencies and Practice Behaviors. 29th Annual Baccalaureate Program Directors Conference. Portland, OR. March 17, 2012.