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816 Group Dynamics Course Schedule Spring 2009
It is essential that you attend all class and group meetings and that you have the reading completed and/or the assignments ready to turn in on the dates listed. Any class not attended will result in your missing valuable information. Each unexcused absence will result in a loss of 5 out of 500 semester points and each excused absence a loss of 2 out of 500 semester points. More than two absences is grounds for dismissal from class. If you do have to miss a class, you are urged to have another class member tape-record the lecture-discussion. Reading assignments are from Corey (C) or the Ward monograph (W).
1/21 NO CLASS (INSTRUCTOR AT MEETING); PRINT SYLLABUS AND ALL READINGS FROM ANGEL (A); READ SYLLABUS, PLAN SEMESTER; READ 1/28 ASSIGNMENTS (CHAPTERS AND RELEVANT INFO. FROM 616-816 IMPORTANT CONCEPTS DOCUMENT)
1/28 Introduction: Chapter 1 & 3 (C); Ch. 1 & 2 (W) - Multicultural and Professional Issues: ASGW Principles for Diversity- Competent Group Workers, ASGW Best Practice Guidelines, and ASGW Professional Standards for the Training of Group Workers (Available on the ASGW Web Site at http://www.asgw.org/);
2/4 Ch. 3 (W) – New Groups; Exercise
2/11 Tape; Exercise
2/18 Chapter 10 (C); Orientation and Group #1
2/25 Chapter 14 (C) – Ellis’ REBT; Chapter 13 (C) CBT; No Group
3/4 Chapter 12 (C) Berne’s TA; Group #2
3/11 MIDTERM EXAM; NO GROUP
3/18 NO CLASS: SPRING BREAK
3/25 Chapters 2 (C) & Chapter 4 (W) - Leadership; Chapter 5 (M) - Membership; Exam Feedback; No Group
4/1 Chapters 4 & 5 (C); Chapter 6 (W) – Group Development; Group #3
4/8 Chapters 4 & 5 (C); Chapter 6 (W) – Group Development; (Cont.); Ch. 7 & 8 (W) – Group Dynamics Summary; Group #4
4/15 Group #5 Only - (3:30-5:30 p.m.)
4/22 Group #6 Only- (3:30-5:30 p.m.)
4/29 Chapters 3, 17, & 18 (C) and ASGW Ethics; Group #7;




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