10:30 AM to 01:10 PM M
Exploratory Hall (formerly Science and Tech II) L111
Section Information for Fall 2014
This is a practice-oriented, skill based, introductory course exploring communication and conflict resolution theory and mediation practice. The course work focuses on connecting conflict resolution theory and communications skills to the mediation process through emphasis on, and use of self-reflection, experiential learning, and role-plays.
You will have opportunities to practice these skills both inside and outside the classroom. Your instructors will also model these skills throughout the course in their interactions with you. In addition, when issues or concerns arise that involve your attendance, participation, and completion of the course, an expectation exists that you communicate those concerns to the professor so that they can be addressed and resolved as expeditiously as possible in order to make the semester a valuable learning experience for you.
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