MHLT 213 - Group Dynamics II
Courses MHLT 112 and MHLT 213 are to be taken consecutively in order to provide a continuous one-year experience. Focus is on helping students to realize their potential for growth more fully and to increase their ability to work with others in a variety of situations. Experiential learning is directed toward the development of self-insight and awareness of impact upon others through a variety of techniques. Lectures, discussion, and reading materials are directed to an understanding of group processes, including factors of cohesion, leadership, conflict, individual roles, communication systems, tasks, and problem solving. PREREQUISITE(S): MHLT 112 . Two hours lecture, two hours laboratory each week. Formerly MH 213.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Enhance listening skills through reflective listening techniques.
- Expand Group Dynamic theory through group methods.
- Develop leadership skills learning co-facilitation and facilitation process
- Demonstrate skills learned through research and power point assignments
- Identify individual roles and behaviors of others in a group.
- Understand impact of others through express focusing on self-insight.
- Use experiential learning directed toward helping students discover their individual leadership style.
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