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Posting Reference #: 71
|Course Name/Section:||Integrated Forum IFR01A||Course Number:||RCLP 1111|
|Faculty / Department:||Renaissance College||Campus:||Fredericton|
|Start Date:||Sep 10, 2015||End Date:||Dec 08, 2015|
|Application Deadline:||Jun 12, 2015||Posting Date:||May 22, 2015|
|Applications to be submitted via:||Email Address:||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Requested By:||Jo Anne Colford||Term:||Fall|
|Days:||Tuesday & Thursday||Time:||2:30 - 5:20|
|Number of Positions Available:||2||Total Credit Hours:||6|
|Mode of Delivery:||Face to Face||Location:||On Campus|
This first year first term course students make connections with other RC courses; local, national or world events; and lived experience through readings, research projects, class discussions, and written reflections. Course emphasizes both oral and written communication.
RCLP 1111 Renaissance College Integrative Forum 1 (Fredericton Campus) 6 ch (M/P S) (LE)
This forum provides an opportunity for integrative dialogue and study about contemporary issues and their complex relationships from an interdisciplinary perspective. Students will learn strategies to assess the congruence of a person's ideas and actions as well as to evaluate and debate the ethical implications of both. Co-requisite: RCLP 1001 , RCLP 1011 , RCLP 1052 ; or permission of the instructor.
Masters Degree or at least equivalent experience
In addition to competence in contemporary issues & oral and written communication, candidates should be committed to student learning within RC’s teaching and learning environment which includes high order, deep learning; creating an environment that challenges and expects challenge; is integrative; is outcomes oriented; and contributes to students’ leadership ability.
This course has a Right of First Refusal attached to it.
This position may be shared between multiple instructors.