YOST 5950: Ways of Knowing in Youth Development Leadership: Using Research and Evlauation to Support Community

3 Credits

This course aims to stimulate students to think critically about youth development and youth work through exploring different ways of knowing. These paradigms each construct different understandings of young people and offer evidence to support diverse youth development practice and programs. Students will leave with a broad perspective of how youth development and youth work empirical evidence is constructed and used to support healthy youth development.

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A- Average (3.577)Most Common: A (62%)

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65 students
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  • 4.38

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    Recommend
  • 3.40

    /5

    Effort
  • 4.33

    /5

    Understanding
  • 4.21

    /5

    Interesting
  • 3.80

    /5

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