Teaching Leadership

Course Description

Students that are interested in teaching adults about leadership or intend on working in public or corporate leadership development will work with a leadership studies faculty member in an apprentice or mentoring framework. Students will gain understanding of adult learning theory, experiential teaching methodology including case-in-point, here-and-now, group dynamics and Socratic dialogue.

Learning Outcomes

  • Design and present activities and experiential learning exercises.
  • Facilitate a learning dialogue around identified concepts and theories.
  • Utilize concepts of adult learning theory in the development of leadership curriculum.
  • Integrate group dynamics and social learning theory in curriculum design.

Prerequisites

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Class of 2009