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School of Hlth & Comm Services Lifeskills Theory 2017-18 Academic Year Program Year Semester HCS-Child and Youth Care (compressed) Advanced Diploma 2 4 HCS-Social Service Worker Diploma
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  Pageof 1Durham College Course Outline - COUN 2505 - 2017-201812 Corequisite: N/A Semester  Year  4221 Course Code: 42 Course Hours: HSC 2501, COUN 2585 Course Equiv. Code(s):Laptop Course:Prepared byDelivery Mode(s): 2505TinaPatriciaKellyDoyleMongeonStrachantina.doyle@durhamcollege.capatricia.mongeon@durhamcollege.cakelly.strachan@durhamcollege.ca First NameLast NameEmail COUN Prerequisite: COUN 2504 OR (HSC 1501 OR COUN 2584) School of Hlth & Comm Services Lifeskills Theory2017-18 Academic Year  Judeline Innocent Authorized by (Dean or Director): July 2017 Date:Program HCS-Child and Youth Care (compressed) Advanced DiplomaHCS-Social Service Worker Diploma  YesNoIn classOnlineHybrid  X X3 Course GPA Weighting:Correspondence    Pageof 2Durham College Course Outline - COUN 2505 - 2017-201812 Subject Eligibility for Prior Learning Assessment & Recognition (PLAR):Course Descrition: This course covers theoretical and practical information on the dynamics of Life Skills coaching with particular emphasis on the Saskatchewan Newstart Model and subsequent developments of the theory as demonstrated throughthe Life Skills publications of the Y.W.C.A.Key concepts relevant to Life Skills Coaching will be examined. As well, the process and dynamics of the Life Skills I group the student participated in will be reflected on via a private and confidential format to integrate the experience into a theoretical perspective.Once students have developed a working knowledge of the model, they will conduct group sessions for their peers. Students will give and receiving feedback ontheir application of the theory so they can enhance their assessment skills for future professional growth AssignmentExamPortfolioOther Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) is a process a student can use to gain college credit(s) for learning and skills acquired through previous life and work experiences. Candidates who successfully meet the course learning outcomes of a specific course may be granted credit based on the successful assessment of their prior learning. The type of assessment method (s) used will be determined by subject matter experts. Grades received for the PLAR challenge will be included in the calculation of a student’s grade point average.The PLAR application process is outlined in http://www.durhamcollege.ca/plar. Full-time and part-time students mustadhere to all deadline dates. Please email: PLAR@durhamcollege.ca for details.   Yes X NoPLAR EligibilityPLAR Assessment (if eligible):  Pageof 3Durham College Course Outline - COUN 2505 - 2017-201812 Student receiving a credit for this course will have reliably demonstrated their ability to: Essential Employability Skill Outcomes (ESSO) Course Learning Outcomes CLO1CLO2CLO3CLO4CLO5CLO6CLO7CLO8Define and describe terms and concepts relevant to Life Skills coaching.Recognize the contribution that Adult Learning Theory makes to Life Skills coaching.Compare and prioritize content and process in the delivery of Life Skills material.Demonstrate how the skills of Self-Determined Behaviour and Creative Problem Solving are taught and integrated in a Life Skills Program.List and describe the 5 areas of life responsibility.List, describe and demonstrate knowledge of all components of a Life Skills lesson plan.Demonstrate and evaluate coaching and facilitation skills.Demonstrate lesson plan development based onthe principles of the Life Skills model.EES 1. Communicate clearly, concisely and correctly in the written, spoken, and visual form that fulfills the purpose and meets the needs of the audience.EES 2. Respond to written, spoken, or visual messages in a manner that ensures effective communication.EES 3. Execute mathematical operations accurately.EES 4. Apply a systematic approach to solve problems.EES 5. Use a variety of thinking skills to anticipate and solve problems.EES 6. Locate, select, organize, and document information using appropriate technology and information systems.EES 7. Analyze, evaluate, and apply relevant information from a variety of sources.EES 8. Show respect for the diverse opinions, values, belief systems, and contribution of others.EES 9. Interact with others in groups or teams in ways that contribute to effective working relationships and the achievement of goals.EES 10. Manage the use of time and other resources to complete projects.EES 11. Take responsibility for one's own actions, decisions, and consequences.XXXXXXXXXX Course Specific Learning Outcomes (CLO) Course Learning Outcomes contribute to the achievement of Program Learning Outcomes for courses that lead to a credential (e.g. diploma). A complete list of Vocational/Program Learning Outcomes and Essential Employability Skill Outcomes are located in each Program Guide.This course will contribute to the achievement of the following Essential Employability Skills:  Pageof 4Durham College Course Outline - COUN 2505 - 2017-201812 Required Text(s) and Supplies:Recommended Resources (purchase is optional): Test dates are tentative and will be confirmed by the Professor.The format of the tests will be discussed in class prior to their occurrence.Specific instructions and evaluation criteria for assignments and presentations will be discussed in class.Peer evaluation and in-process marks require attendance, participation, professionalism and completion of activities. This is an in-class mark. Failure to attend and/or participate will result in a mark of zero. Evaluation DescriptionCourse Learning OutcomesEESOsWeighting Week 5 - Test #1 (Closed Book)Week 8 - Test #2 (Closed Book) Assignment #1 Assignment #2 -Major LessonPlan (10%), Major Lesson Facilitation (20%)Peer Evaluation and Participation - Major Lessons (5@4%)In-ProcessCLO1, CLO2, CLO3, CLO4, CLO5CLO1, CLO2, CLO3, CLO4, CLO5, CLO6CLO3, CLO6, CLO7, CLO8CLO2, CLO3, CLO4, CLO6, CLO7, CLO8CLO7CLO4, CLO7, CLO8EES1, EES2, EES4, EES7EES1, EES2, EES4, EES5, EES6, EES7EES1, EES2, EES6, EES7, EES8, EES10, EES11EES1, EES2, EES4, EES5, EES6, EES7, EES8, EES9, EES10, EES11EES1, EES2, EES7, EES8, EES9, EES11EES1, EES2, EES4, EES5, EES6, EES7, EES8, EES9, EES10, EES111410103020161.The New Dynamics of Life Skills Coaching, Allen, S., Mehal, M., Palmateer, S., and Sluser, R. YWCA of Greater Toronto. (Published 1995). ISBN: 1-896 625-02-05. Evaluation Criteria: Notes: 1.2.3.4. Total100% The Course Learning Outcomes and Essential Employability Skills Outcomes are evaluated by the following evaluationcriterion.N/A
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