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CRN 11581 Dr. Annabel Brooks / ONLINE (OPEN)
CRN 11582 Dr. Annabel Brooks / ONLINE (OPEN)
CRN 11716 Dr. Dianne Dawood / HYBRID: Online with limited classroom sessions; Meets Wed / 10:50-12:05 / (OPEN)
CRN 11717 Dr. Dianne Dawood / ONLINE (OPEN)
CRN 11734 Dr. Edward Larbi / ONLINE (OPEN)
CRN 11988 Dr. Edward Larbi / ONLINE (OPEN)
CRN 11989 Dr. Lucy Croft / HYBRID: Online with limited classroom sessions; Meets Wed / 5:30-7:30 / (OPEN)
Students tell us they want opportunities to explore personal values and "learn about who I am and what’s important to me." As an experience in inter-group dialogue, students will engage difference across identities, values and power disparities. Through dialogic learning, the course underscores the role that values play in the pursuit of “truth and knowledge” in higher education and the application to authentic leadership development. Emphasis is placed on interpreting leadership theory and practice in context of Social Change Theory and UNF’s six core values. Through values-driven leadership, students can make a difference on campus and in the community. This course satisfies an elective requirement for the Leadership Minor. Click Here for Course Flyer
Prerequisite: LDR 3003: The focus of this course is on leadership with the context of small work groups and self-directed project teams and their role and functions within community organizations. The course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to function as an effective team member and leader, to promote the development of an understanding of the role(s) of work groups/team within the community organization, and to introduce students to group/team leadership theories and research and their implications for the broader context of leadership in the culturally diverse settings. A community based learning experience is required.
This course is restricted to students pursuing the Minor in Community Leadership. PRE-REQUISITES: LDR 3003 and completion of two Leadership electives and permission of Taylor Leadership Institute. This is the culminating course for the minor. It provides the student the opportunity to integrate classroom learning about leadership with the student’s co-curricular activities over the tenure of the student’s enrollment at UNF. The practicum course is normally taken during the student’s final term in residence at the University of North Florida, just prior to graduation. Students hone awareness of their leadership style gleaned from current and prior co-curricular activities, retroactive to their enrollment at UNF, including on-campus and off-campus activities documented on the ELT. These leadership learning activities may include employment, volunteerism, community service, internships, study abroad experiences, and other forms of community-based engagement. During the practicum course, students meet in class every two weeks in the Senior Leadership Seminar as they reflect on their experiential learning about leadership through dialogue and ongoing reflective practice. They finalize their ELT entries and prepare for their Leadership Capstone Presentation.
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