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EDUC 1100 First Year Experience, Reflection, and Action (Fall: 2 )

Course Description

First Year Experience, Reflection, and Action is a seminar designed to help first year students negotiate the rigors and dilemmas of college life and become more critical citizens. Readings, discussions, and panel presentations will address moral-cognitive decision-making, vocational discernment in the context of Ignatian Pedagogy, local, state, and national trends in Applied Psychology and Human Development and Teacher Education and expose students to LSOE and university faculty and student research. Participants will read and critique current research about college student issues and learn to self-reflect critically in order to make more informed choices and decisions.

Instructor(s): Audrey Friedman

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17