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  1. Just wondering if anyone applied to Cal State San Marcus' MSW program & if they have heard anything yet from them?
  2. Can anyone speak to their experience applying to the UMaryland School of Social Work (or other schools)? I turned in the application a few weeks ago, the deadline for the program I am applying to is in two days, and the tracker still says there are items (LORS, etc; which they should have received) missing. Is this normal? Last I heard from anyone the system would have been up-to-date last week. I have tried to contact my admissions counselor a few times inquiring about the items to no response. I would love to attend this school and put a lot of effort into the application, but am interested to hear if others have had similar experiences.
  3. I'm applying for an MSW program and they require a direct practice example in the application, and I'm not sure if I have the right idea. I need to have an assessment (basic case data), case plan (the plan and how it relates to the evaluation), interventions (the practice interventions and how they are related), and the evaluation (strengths and limitations of the intervention). So far what I have without getting into too much detail is: * assessment (the student, his disability codes, and his target behaviors) * case plan (the goals as written in his BIP, my job as his 1:1) * interventions (what I would do when he was exhibiting his target behaviors, including a recent example) * evaluation (what I saw happened and what I could have done differently) Is that all I need to do? I feel like it's too easy and it needs to be more detailed. I do have 200 words left so I can beef it up a little bit. I can post the actual prompt with what I have if it helps, too.
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