12.02.2024 - 20.05.2024
Dialogic pedagogy will be the principal teaching theory employed. The teacher will introduce theory and practices through which the students will engage themselves and engage with others to explore phenomena and experiences related to conflict, conflict resolution, and conflict management. Most of the content will focus on intrapersonal, interpersonal, intrargroup, and between-group conflict scenarios.
Materials will be provided by the lecturer and, when appropriate, guests. In addition to teacher-supplied materials, students will seek out peer-reviewed journal papers on their own to support their reflective learning.
The material presented does not have direct internship outcomes, but the conflict resolution processes can be employed in the students' home and professional conflictual interactions.
All assessment in this course are either in-class presentations or written assignments.
As a 5-credit course, students should expect to invest 135 hours in both in-class and out-of-class exercises and assignments. Each credit represents 27 hours of class/assignments.
Because the timing of the semester impacts the presentation schedule for the semester, students typically do not receive a syllabus, but will have information presented in Moodle.
0 - 30
Individuals tasks typically are graded based on a total of 100 points for the class. Each assignment (as well as portion of the points awarded for engaged participation and attendance) is allotted specific points (accompanying the assignment description in Moodle). At the end of the course, the points accumulated by each student will be translated into the university's scale of 0-5. In this point system, students much earn 45 points to pass the course with a 1; students earning 85 points or more will be awarded a 5.
The exact schedule of out-of-class assignments will be noted at the start of the course.
School of Business