Ted M Coopman
Discussion as an everyday community activity, with emphasis on the informal cooperative decision-making methods of committee, conference, and roundtable groups.
Students will have the opportunity to learn theories and applied techniques of working in small groups through group based activities.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
This is an activity-based course where students experience the dynamics, difficulties, and rewards of working in small groups.
In an activity based course, the learning is centered in classroom interaction. Regular attendence is the key to success.
Class assignments and grading
Group projects, exercises, and workshops are combined with regular quizzes to gauge comprehension.