open search

Menu

close window
close window
close window

EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION, ETHICS AND MORAL DEVELOPMENT

AE3013

Description

This course will delve into the efficacy and applied scope of adventure and experiential practices. Focusing in-depth on the history, influential theorists and current practices of various types of experiential education programs. Students will analyze the current state of the field and its influence on issues of persona; cognitive and character development, inclusion, social development and responsibility, and the importance of diverse populations. Through research and presentation, students will critically assess how to maximize learner development. Students will also analyze the distinction between their ethical responsibilities in field and how that role compliments aspects of moral development for learners.
Pre Reqs:
ED-2003 2012 EXPERIENTIAL THEORY & PRACTICE

Dates

Jan 13, 2020 — May 6, 2020

Location

Unity Main Campus

Registration Information

For credit cost: $3120