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LEAD 360 - Precepting

2.00 credit hours
Precepting is a form of leadership in the classroom. A preceptor is not a simply a teaching assistant, a peer mentor or a tutor. A preceptor is an apprentice who works alongside a professor, participating in the management and delivery of a course he or she has already taken. In this seminar, students engage with the scholarship of teaching and learning, leadership theory, and strengths-based development while reflecting on their unique precepting experience. Precepting provides high-impact, experiential learning in the world of higher education.

Prerequisite(s): Junior standing and instructor consent.
Cardinal Directions Designation(s): Community Engaged Learning.


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