Courses of Study 2019-2020 
    
    Mar 29, 2020  
Courses of Study 2019-2020
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PLHRT 4271 - [Seed to Supper II: Community Facilitation Practicum]


(CU-CEL)     
Multi-semester course, Spring (offered in odd-numbered years only). Next Offered: 2020-2021. 2 credits. Letter grades only (no audit).

Prerequisite: PLHRT 4270 . Permission of instructor required. Two credits are awarded upon completion of all classes in multi-semester course. Second course: Letter grades only (no audit). Students must satisfactorily complete both PLHRT 4270  and PLHRT 4271 to receive a final grade in PLHRT 4271.

M. Eames-Sheavly.

In this spring-semester community facilitation practicum, students will revisit, reflect on and review the facilitator preparation strategy developed in the fall, to prepare to offer garden educators the tools they need to lead others to grow in confidence and successfully raise a portion of their own food on a limited budget. Off-campus facilitation for planned and arranged during the fall will be implemented. Students will lead workshops and work with campus professionals to design methods to evaluate site host and facilitator responses, and reflect with site hosts at key points to assess the approach as it is unfolds. Students with a grade of C or greater receive a certificate of completion, indicating their preparedness to lead Seed to Supper and similar garden-based facilitator preparation in communities.

Outcome 1: Demonstrate the balance between collaboration/ teamwork and independence/ leadership, in connecting and extending knowledge from academic study to the diverse communities with which we plan and lead facilitator preparation.

Outcome 2: Apply diverse approaches to facilitating community-engaged garden-based experiences and academic knowledge.

Outcome 3: Demonstrate skills and habits of reflection that include writing, asking questions, observing, analyzing, listening, and engaging with others in supportive discourse. Apply these reflective skills to consider from your and others’ perspectives to make connections among community-engaged garden-based experiences, knowledge, values, and emotions.

Outcome 4: Integrate all your experiences from the two-semester course sequence and leave with ‘real’ preparation to lead workshops in communities in the future.



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