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Fall 2013
Dec 03,2022
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INTD 210 - THEORY AND PRACTICES OF PEER FACILITATION
There is an obvious and demonstrable value to having upper class students perform roles of peer facilitators to first semester students. This role, however, is varied and encompasses everything from providing academic guidance and active listening, to serving as a role model. The course will define those roles and parameters, and then tech the skills and content areas so that students are prepared for the Fall semester. Additionally, the course will cover personality typology, particularly as they relate to teaching and learning styles, as well as pedagogical theory. By the end of this course, student peer facilitators will know their roles and be able to function efficiently in assisting the course instructors in First Year Seminar. The fall Peer Facilitation Fieldwork class will serve as the academic component of the FYS peer facilitation curriculum with the FYS instructors serving as field supervisors. This will be the experiential component of the program.
0.000 TO 4.000 Credit hours
0.000 TO 4.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

First Year Seminar Department

Course Attributes:
OLD GE TOPICS SOCIAL SCIENCE


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