This course is designed to give students a foundation for the effective facilitation of structured multicultural intergroup dialogues as a social justice education tool. It is intended for students who wish to facilitate intergroup dialogues in a future semester. The topics of this course include group facilitation skills and their applications in inclusive, diverse settings; group processes and dynamics involving social power; social identity group development; prejudice and stereotyping and their effects on groups; difference and dominance, and the nature of social oppression.
Course Requirement: Departmental Permission is required. Please complete the online training application:
Intended Audience: For students who are interested in learning to facilitate intergroup dialogues and plan to take IGR's practicum course in a future semester.
This course is required to fulfill the Facilitator track of the Minor in Intergroup Relations Education.
Class Format - Winter 2023
- Friday, January 20, 4-6pm
- Saturday, January 21, 9am-5pm (Lunch provided but not mandatory)
- Sunday, January 22, 10-4 (Lunch provided but not mandatory)
- Section 003: T, 2-4pm from January 30th- April 4th
- Section 004: W, 1-3pm from February 1- April 5th
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