SOCWORK 2200S Nonviolent Communication in Community Agency Settings

Social Work

Campus: Columbus
Terms offered: Autumn

Description:

This Service-Learning General Education course will provide students with the fundamentals of nonviolent communication. Students will learn the principles and skills of nonviolent communication in a series of classroom sessions that include both lecture and experiential learning, and then apply classroom learning at a community agency setting.
GE service learning course.

SWK 5026: Follow the Tomato

Social Work

Class Number:
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Michelle Kaiser, College of Social Work
Terms offered:
Sites: Franklinton neighborhood

Description:

This service-­‐learning course will explore the complex interrelated social and environmental issues related to the food system. The development of the global food system and social, economic, health, and environmental consequences related to disparities in the food system will be discussed. Students will spend some class periods working at a food pantry, soup kitchen, produce distribution program and community garden.

Syllabus:

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