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Assessment Report Social Work (Graduate) School of Education and Human Services Jason Dauenhauer Chair Jason Dauenhauer/Pamela Viggiani Assessment Co-Chairs. What was Assessed Student Learning Outcomes. EP 2.1.1: Identify as a professional social worker and conduct oneself accordingly.

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Assessment ReportSocial Work (Graduate)School of Education and Human ServicesJason DauenhauerChairJason Dauenhauer/Pamela ViggianiAssessment Co-Chairs


What was assessed student learning outcomes
What was AssessedStudent Learning Outcomes

EP 2.1.1: Identify as a professional social worker and conduct oneself accordingly.

EP 2.1.2: Apply social work ethical principles to guide professional practice.

EP 2.1.3: Apply critical thinking to inform and communicate professional judgments.

EP 2.1.4: Engage diversity and difference in practice.

EP 2.1.5: Advance human rights and social and economic justice

*EP 2.1.6: Engage in research-informed practice and practice-informed research.

EP 2.1.7: Apply knowledge of human behavior and the social environment.

EP 2.1.8: Engage in policy practice to advance social and economic well-being and to deliver effective social work services.

EP 2.1.9: Respond to contexts that shape practice.

EP 2.1.10 Engage, assess, intervene, and evaluate with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.


Outcome assessed epas 2 1 6 engage in research informed practice and practice informed research
Outcome assessed:EPAS 2.1.6: Engage in research-informed practice and practice-informed research.

  • Practice Behavior #2 (Interdisciplinary Health Concentration): Complete literature reviews of the evidence base of the subject.

  • Practice Behavior #2 (Family and Community Concentration): Competently complete literature reviews.

  • Practice Behavior #3: (Interdisciplinary Health Concentration): Evaluate effectiveness of practice and programs in achieving intended outcomes.

  • Practice Behavior #3: (Family and Community Concentration): Promote the use of research (including evidence-based practice, qualitative and quantitative studies) to evaluate and enhance the effectiveness of social work practice.


How the assessment was accomplished
How the assessment was accomplished

Course: SWK 630/631

Master’s Project Development/Master’s Project Implementation

Instrument/Assignment: Literature review section of master’s project proposal

Benchmark: 100% of students must achieve a "meets expectations' rating on the literature review section rubric.

Sample size (all eligible): n=61

Course: SWK 611 & SWK 613

Field Practicum/Seminar 4

Instrument: Final field instructor evaluations

Benchmark: 100% of students must achieve a 'competent' rating on the evaluation form. Range: 5=Advanced Competence, 4=Competent, 3=Emerging Competence, 2=Insufficient Progress, 1=Unacceptable Progress

Sample size (all eligible): n= 47




What the data told us
What the data told us:

1. SWK 631: faculty are pleased with the high percentage of students who met expectations. The 3 students who did not meet expectations did not address copious feedback from faculty members to improve this section of their paper.

2. SWK 611/613: Field instructors (social work practitioners) may not be able to accurately judge these very ‘academic’ practice behaviors in the same context as a faculty member. Note: there are many practice behaviors for each competency and an average score of these behaviors count for the overall competency. Thus, if students are not achieving in one practice behavior, they may be exceeding in others which is acceptable for the accrediting body (CSWE).


Action plan data driven decision how the department did or will close the loop
Action Plan/Data Driven Decision: How the department did or will“close the loop”

  • Met on 9/16/13 to review assessment data

  • SWK 631: No changes needed

  • SWK 611/613: The faculty will explore in greater detail with field instructors, any challenges they may have in assessing academic student behavior.

  • Reduce benchmark to 85%


What resources were applied or are needed to close the loop
What resources were applied or are needed to close the loop

  • Faculty time/effort

  • Data entry using SPSS

  • Extra service compensation should be instituted for assessment coordinators


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