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ADVENTURE FACILITATION (BLOCK)

AE2002

Description

This 7-week active focused course develops an understanding of and experience base with the tools and activities that comprise adventure-challenge and experiential learning. Students will develop programs to include aspects of group membership, diversity and dynamics. Planning, sequencing, facilitating and evaluating adventure-challenge programs will occur with off-campus groups. Adventure-challenge core concepts are designed to help develop self-esteem, trust, cooperation and independent thinking. Many of the activities can be adapted to help teach other academic subject areas such as math, science, geography, and health. This course may involve some use of the physical elements of a challenge course but learning will primarily have a low and no prop focus. This course is part of the Experiential Educator’s Block for the spring.

Dates

Jan 13, 2020 — May 6, 2020

Location

Unity Main Campus

Registration Information

For credit cost: $2080