SPCL 7942X Group Process and School Culture
45 hours plus 30 hours conference; 4 credits
Group processes in the school and classroom affecting the learning, behavior, and mental health of pupils. Role of the school psychologist in analyzing behavior in school context and effecting change. Working with groups in crisis intervention. Confronting and reducing bias in schools and classrooms. Experience in participating in and studying a group.
Prerequisite: matriculation in the school psychologist program, SPCL 7900X [721.1X], 7940X [721.2X], 7920X [733X], and 7943X [726.4X], and permission of the program head.
Corequisite: SPCL 7932T [704.2T].
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