To assist in meeting the EDHS 733 goals, learners will be organized into learning teams of four to six members. Learning team membership will remain stable throughout the course to maximize potential advantages of the experience. The learning teams will serve several purposes including: (1) providing assistance to other members in completing assignments and mastering course concepts, (2) providing support and encouragement to other team members and (3) providing an opportunity to discuss, debate and apply course material in depth in a small group setting. In addition there are three specific learning team assignments.
The learning teams will be organized by the third class meeting. Ideally, each team will be homogeneous in terms of intended counseling setting but teams should combine a mixture of various learner backgrounds and experiences. These teams of peers will provide an opportunity to grapple with issues and concepts related to the ethical and legal aspects of counseling.
Activities of the learning teams will include:
Participation in class exercises and discussions.
Learning Team Assignments
The learning team will provide an opportunity to enrich your learning experience EDHS 733 through appropriate sharing and professional dialogue. The team experience is designed to facilitate synthesis of ethical and legal concepts. The learning teams are not designed to provide a group counseling experience.