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ORGL 4000 - Reflective Seminar III: Transforming Self, Self Transformation

Description

Graded "Satisfactory" or "Unsatisfactory". A seminar including critical self-evaluation of prior learning experiences using frameworks for reflection and analysis and development of students own capacity to adapt and transform their own learning practices.


Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:

  1. Critically evaluate their own assumptions and values in past experiences.
  2. Express their self-awareness and engage in self-critique.
  3. Critique their own assumptions and beliefs.
  4. Measure their own capacity for self-transformation.
  5. Document responses to situations and events that show reflection on their own beliefs as well as wider beliefs in community and context.
  • Module 1: Introduction and Course Orientation
  • Module 2: Bodies of Knowledge or Schools of Thought
  • Module 3: Kolb and Complexity
  • Module 4: Socialized, Self-Authoring or Self-Transforming Minds
  • Module 5: Feedback Loop, Onion Model, and Core Qualities
  • Module 6: Review Reflective Concepts
  • Module 7: Connecting Past Experiences and Learning Outcomes
  • Module 8: Wrap-Up
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Credit Hours

Organizational Leadership


Prerequisites

  • ORGL 3000 and ORGL 3050

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